On Sat, 9 Dec 2000 15:20:08 -0800 Chuq Von Rospach email@example.com wrote:
In practice, for many places, that's simply not an option until SOMEONE figures out how to get AOL to support it, because without AOL, a significant chunk of the audience can't do it, making it worthless (and while individual list admins can tell AOL to take a flying leap, the typical one won't, and many of us can't. So any MLM that comes up with a solution that effectively locks out AOL is a MLM that dies in the marketplace...)
Does anyone here have contacts at AOL? I used to know people in their NOC and in their IS team (which doesn't really apply to this end). I'll see if I can't dig them up to see what might be needed to get some basic things done (kinda difficult at this time of year).
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