Subj:	Re: message for the President re Internet web page
Date:	95-10-15 13:48:25 EDT
From:	autoresponder@WhiteHouse.Gov
To:	zpub@aol.com (Richard Petersen)

    Thank you for writing to President Clinton via electronic
mail.  Since June 1993, whitehouse.gov has received over 685,000
messages from people all across the country and the world.  

    Because so many of you write, the President cannot
personally review each message.  The mail is first read by White
House Correspondence staff.  Your concerns, ideas, and
suggestions are carefully recorded and communicated to the
President weekly with a representative sampling of the mail.

     All of us at the White House are excited about the progress
of this historic project (be sure to check out the Web page as
described below!), and we look forward to future developments
(such as using email to respond to the content of your messages). 
Your continued interest and participation are very important to
us.

                       Sincerely,

                       Stephen K. Horn
                       Director, Presidential Email
                       The Office of Correspondence

P.S. Please read on - you may find the following information
useful.

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--   On October 20, 1994, President Clinton and Vice President
Gore opened a World Wide Web home page called "Welcome to the
White House:  An Interactive Citizens' Handbook" and it fast
became one of the more popular spots on the Web.  The White House
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to all electronic government information on the Internet. 
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               http://www.whitehouse.gov

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List of Clinton Administration Accomplishments (three documents
compose the whole):

    To:  publications@whitehouse.gov
    Message body:      send file 317571
                       send file 317573
                       send file 317575
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