> Juno Online Services brags one and a half million accounts. You
> may wish to snub them, but it is they that have the clout -- not
> you. The community of Juno users have became a very powerful force
> and is increasingly demanding more and more attention.
This cracks me up because I don't believe I have a single Juno
subscriber on any of my lists (not by any intervention of mine of
course). I wonder why.....
The only real problem I have ever had is with universities. Many of them
have their mail systems configured to disallow any bulk mailings. This
is has pro's in that their students won't have to suffer with bulk
mailed spams, but it also means that I can't allow these people on my
mailing list. Unless I'm missing some configuration that overrides
this?? (I can't change the fact that they are bulk mailed, must stay