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Novell, Inc. (NOVL)

2/28/2006 Proxy Information

During fiscal 2005, Novell received consulting services from J.D. Robinson Incorporated. The consulting agreement between Novell and J.D. Robinson Incorporated with respect to the provision of those services provides for us to make payments of $200,000 per year to J.D. Robinson Incorporated for these services. Mr. Robinson, a member of our Board of Directors, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and the sole stockholder of J.D. Robinson Incorporated.

2/24/2005 Proxy Information

During 2004, Novell received consulting services from J.D. Robinson Incorporated. The consulting agreement between Novell and J.D. Robinson Incorporated with respect to the provision of those services provides for us to make payments of $200,000 per year to J.D. Robinson Incorporated for these services. Mr. Robinson, a member of our Board of Directors, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and the sole stockholder of J.D. Robinson Incorporated.

2/27/2004 Proxy Information

During 2003, Novell received consulting services from J.D. Robinson Incorporated. The consulting agreement between Novell and J.D. Robinson Incorporated with respect to the provision of those services provides for us to make payments of $200,000 per year to J.D. Robinson Incorporated for these services. Mr. Robinson, a member of our Board of Directors, is Chairman and Chief Executive Officer and the sole stockholder of J.D. Robinson Incorporated.

Cambridge forwarded $94,886 in withholding taxes to federal and state tax authorities on December 31, 2000 in connection with vesting of restricted common stock in Cambridge owned by Mr. Messman. Through an oversight, these amounts were not withheld from Mr. MessmanŐs paycheck or otherwise paid by him even though information provided to him indicated the amounts had been withheld. Cambridge did not arrange with Mr. Messman for a repayment date or interest rate. When Novell acquired Cambridge in the summer of 2001, a receivable in this amount from Mr. Messman was transferred from Cambridge to Novell. Upon learning of this oversight, Mr. Messman repaid this amount and taxes on the imputed interest in January 2003.