Mutually agree to do exactly what I tell them

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Date: July 2000



- Original Message -
From: Ken Goetsch
Sent: Monday, July 17, 2000 4:41 PM
To: Sally Nguyen; Jason Kap
cc: Nancy McCauly (LCA)
Subject: System addition language

Sally / Jason

The new system addition language appears to some if us that worry about channel conflict to be a problem in an Office license.

The language is below:

.. COMPANY may elect to include as Customer System(s) new models which .. must have a unique model number of model name used for internal and external identification purposes which distinguishes it from any model which COMPANY has designated previously as a Customer System.

For Dell on Office, I am going to make this language to be "by mutual agreement" and instead will require our approval before a new model is licensed.


Ken Goetsch Microsoft OEM Sales 425-936-2585 (voice) 425-936-7329 (fax)

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- Original Message -
From: Jason Kap
Sent: Wednesday, July 19, 2000 3:22 PM
To: Ken Goetsch; Sally Nguyen;
cc: Nancy McCauly (LCA)
Subject: RE: System addition language

Sorry, but I can't follow what you want to do here.

Original Message -
From: Ken Goetsch
Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2000 6:39 AM
To: Jason Kap; Sally Nguyen;
cc: Nancy McCauly (LCA)
Subject: RE: System addition language

I have eliminated it for the Dell Office agreement. We do not want Dell to have the ability to automatically license a model for Office without our usual channel restrictions.

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