[Mailman-Users] AOL Whitelist
Lloyd F. Tennison
lists at viplist.us
Thu Sep 22 23:13:25 CEST 2005
I actually have had zero problems with them after the initial whitelisting
eighteen months ago - except it took over a week when I moved my server.
(They said it should take 48 hours.) I send almost 300,000 to them three
times a week - all without problems, plus normal hosting emails. They are
always extremely responsive.
Now with all the changes in Hotmail last week - THEY are a problem. Their
whitelist through BondedSender.com will cost me almost three grand a year.
----- Original Message -----
Subject: Re: [Mailman-Users] AOL Whitelist
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 13:26:55 -0700
From: Heather Madrone <heather at madrone.com>
At 9:15 PM +0100 9/22/05, Martin Dennett wrote:
>Oh, and just as an aside, myself and my co-moderators have given very
>serious thought to banning AOL addresses on our list. Not a decision
>we've taken lightly, but after 3 such instances with the same ISP in
>less than 5 months (and no othe ISP giving us anywhere near the amount
>of trouble that they have), it's time for action.
That's what I've done. AOL was an ongoing headache, and I got tired
of their high-handedness. AOL subscribers who want to receive my
list can use free yahoo or gmail accounts, and many of them do.
Heather Madrone <heather at madrone.com>
The Home-Ed List: http://www.madrone.com/Home-ed/helist.html
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