Hope none of you use AOL
devel at muhlesteins.com
Fri Feb 3 09:07:54 MST 2006
> Thats Ok, the Spam companies will happily poney up the cash probably
> on stolen credit cards.
> AOL customers will get disgusted with the amount of spam they recieve
> and hopefully wisen up enough to someone who doesn't do this.
> Also if enough people are AOL email users, and they cannot get
> important emails because AOL wants to charge the sender, there will be
> an uproar.
> Honestly I don't see HOW Aol even has a customer base anymore.
Yeah, I agree. We send lots of email (not spam), and if AOL started
this, We'd simply tell our customers that they can't get email from us
at an AOL address. Stick it in the FAQ, Stick AOL in the trash.
> On 2/3/06, Dan Stovall <dbstovall at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Becuase it looks like the plug list won't be reaching you as I doubt
>> they are going to pay.
>> I know that spam is a problem, and they are only charging a fraction
>> of a cent per AOL email address, but this is a disturbing trend.
>> Between this and the recent comments by AT&T's CEO about charging
>> Google and Yahoo to let AT&T cutomers reach their websites, I don't
>> like the look of the future of the internet. It seems like these
>> companies are looking for any possible way that they can extort money
>> from every last possible resource.
>> I swear Power Point is going to be the downfall of higher education in
>> western society.
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