New subscribers this week include
We have 1,656 email subscribers, plus 234 followers on Facebook.
AOL subscribers are still reporting problems with not receiving their email issue. In most cases their address is still on our mailing list, but their mail isn't being delivered to their inbox by AOL - it's getting marked as spam somewhere along the way.
Our email provider Binhost merged into a company called Capalon some time ago, and a few weeks ago they migrated the mail system to new servers. AOL hasn't caught up with the change yet.
Hotmail may be having the same problem.
I checked with the Capalon folks, and here are the IP addresses you can ask your email provider to whitelist:
But most other subscribers got the recent issue without problems.
Bob Evans writes:
I'm assuming from Monday morning's test that you are still experiencing some issues with the delivery of The E-Sylum to all subscribers. I am assuming also that you hear mostly from the disgruntled, and so you are the recipient of a biased sample. So I take the opportunity here to inform you that I have NOT experienced ANY problems with E-Sylum delivery, display, or any other issues (except for times I seem to recall when it was delayed by human factors.)
I receive it through my gmail account and on my MacBook Pro without any difficulties.
As far as I am concerned, keep up the good work!
This week we open with word on the Newman sale hardcover catalogs, and reports on five new numismatic books.
Other topics include the venue for the Newman II sale, book reviews, V. M. Hanks, Jr., the papers of William Kneass and portraits on Bank of England notes.
To learn more about Brazilian tokens, the Bhutanese ngultrum, a three – piece bonded broadstruck triplet error, the National Maritime Museum, the Hammer Museum, muddle-headed economists and philosophers and The Detective and the Somnambulist, read on. Have a great week, everyone!
Editor, The E-Sylum
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