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Thanks, Rose, for working with these folks to get this fixed quickly!  
I imagine they got a lot of heat from subscribers all over the world.  I
wouldn't want to be in their IT department right now.  
 
Chris
 
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On Behalf Of Rose Nelson
Sent: Friday, July 30, 2010 6:16 PM
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Subject: linking to NEJM
 
Hello,
 
It looks like CrossRef and the New England Journal of Medicine were able
to resolve domain issues and now links that go to NEJM are going through
the new domain www.nejm.org.  Gold Rush sites that subscribe to NEJM
should once again be able to link to articles in this journal.
 
Please let me know if you have any questions about this.  
 
Rose
 
Rose Nelson
Systems Librarian
Colorado Alliance of Research Libraries
http://www.coalliance.org
303-759-3399 X103 fax 303-759-3363
 


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