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The E-Sylum:  Volume 9, Number 9, February 26, 2006, Article 20

AOL PROBLEMS AND ANTI-SPAM SOFTWARE

Harold Eiserloh writes: "The organization Grassfire claims AOL
and YAHOO are now setting up to charge bulk e-mailers a fee,
saying it is SPAM control. You might check with AOL about this.
Since AOL and YAHOO have about 50% of e-mail addresses it
appears to be coercion, pay or your mail doesn't get delivered.
Check it out."

[I had heard of this, but we have no intention of paying to
deliver a free newsletter.  AOL users will have to deal with AOL.
SPAM control is for email from addresses unknown to the user.
If The E-Sylum is in the user's address book, getting the email
should be routine. The "From" address is "esylum-bounces@binhost.com"
and the Reply-To address is mine "whomren@coinlibrary.com"
Any reader who has anti-spam software installed on their machine
or via their ISP should take a moment to ensure that these address
are identified as legitimate non-spam addresses. -Editor]

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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