The real problem with AOL users (and to a lesser extent, others) is when they
*manage* mailing lists.
The standard result, if their list is large, and active, and not well weeded
of bad addresses, is *literally* megabytes of non-delivery notices, in the
hundreds and thousands. Once those 300 or so AOL slots get filled up, guess
where the mail gets delivered: postmaster. Ever come in one morning, and seen
273 megabytes of email in your postmaster mailbox?
Not to mention the effects of a mailing list loop...
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