I think A.xis O.f evi.L only allow a mailing list like Mickey Mouse
Club. My ISP is "banned" by AOL every now and then.
citerar Tom Hendricksen <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
> I have been trying hard to stay out of this discussion because it hits
> at why I talk my PC customers out of AOL, MSN, or Earthlink. These
> "managed" Internet Service Providers. Mostly expensive too. I got
> on MSN by my local telephone company. Within 10 minutes I had had it
> their arrogance, and whatever desk jocky that decided I could not
> ENTIRE internet using any software I might chose.
> I don't mess with sex sites, and I use software to look at my e-mail
> server so I can delete it BEFORE I download it to my computer. When
> internet provider hinders the way I use the Internet it is time to
> like a hot exhaust manifold and find someone else. Fortunately we
> couple good dial up providers local to the Portland area to refer to,
> use Comcast and run a cheap web hosting service (contracted by another
> provider) for myself and others. I could not do any of that with a
> ISP. None of my friends or customers are on either AOL or MSN. This
> discussion only adds fuel to my argument.
> Datsun content:
> Last weekend a friend and I made a fast run to Reno and Sacremento to
> at airplane parts and a whole airplane. My daughter took the roadster
> I was gone and enjoyed it in spite of near 100 degree temperatures. I
> discovered today the the left front turn signal light lense is gone.
> damage I can see, but apparently someone could not leave something
> it is not theirs. Time to raid the parts car again.
> 69 2000 "Mr. Hyde"
> Portland, Oregon
> -----Original Message-----
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> [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
> Sent: Wednesday, July 30, 2003 7:43 PM
> To: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Re: AOL problems
> Laurie et al,
> I can post to the list, but can't receive from it.
> help as AOL is blocking all mail from the domain. I am going to
> help" "technical help" and doing a live chat with clueless idiots.
> are filing reports and suggested that I email email@example.com with
> problem. I just mailed the postmaster explaining the problem.
> AOL listers raise hell we can get their attention.
> keith williams
> > wow..... your post made it to the list !!! Are you
> > actually *receiveing* list posts too ??? If so, did
> > you have to re-subscribe ? I'm currently still
> > getting nothing.
> > I too am normally @AOL. ( using yahoo for temp
> > purposes) I've tried the "live" help... got the - "you
> > are not the admin - sorry." msg. They did give me a
> > ph# that I fwd to Mark @ team.net.
> > If you've found a suitable "outlet" at AOL, I'm
> > willing to help put up a fight as well. Of note: I'm
> > sure that some idiots out there had no clue how to
> > unsubscribe, and "reported spam" . Kinda ruins it for
> > the rest of us eh ?
> > Let me know what route you're taking...
> > thanks, firstname.lastname@example.org
> > =====
> > Laurie :-)
> > '70 SPL311
> > AzROC
> > Chandler, AZ
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