> I did read the rest of your message and still fail to see why a no-tolerance
> bounce policy wouldn't solve your problem.
I already have a no-tolerance policy in place. The problem is that AOL bounces
messages in such a volume that the damage is already done by the time I drop
the user. If 10 messages go out tomorrow to 3 AOL users who either have full
mailboxes or don't exist any more (30-day wonders), that means 30 bounce
messages hit my system (and that of my mailhost's sysadmin) *before* my
zero-tolerance policy kicks in. Last Saturday, that situation happened
with 8 AOL users, making for close to 80 messages. Making sense now?
> From the representation on this list, AOL is dealing with the issues for the
> most part, and you are a minority. I sympathize with your aggravation, but
> an AOL vendetta just doesn't seem like the appropriate response.
If I were on an AOL vendetta, I'd be posting this stuff in newsgroups more
widely read than this list. I posted my problems, and asked if anyone else has
experienced them. Please don't read characterizations into my messages that
aren't there. This is discussion; vendetta is going out and encouraging people
to leave the service. The situation hasn't come to that yet, and hopefully
won't. That's why I solicited others' opinions on their experiences in the
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