> From: MX%"email@example.com" 30-SEP-1997 09:21:10.23
> To: MX%"list-managers@GreatCircle.com"
> Subj: Re: AOL upgrade
On Tue, 30 Sep 1997 10:54:38 -0500 (CDT), Mike Nolan <firstname.lastname@example.org> said:
Mike Nolan <email@example.com> writes:
> > On Tue, Sep 30, 1997 at 03:05:32AM -0700, Henry W. Miller wrote:
> > > I know that we've had our share of AOL bashing on this list, and
> > > perhaps this list is not the proper place for this, but, come on! I
> > > almost cannot believe this. I would really like an explanation from AOL
> > > about this, and if I do get one, I'll pass along the details.
> > You won't get one.
> > I received a death threat from an AOL luser, and no one at AOL
> > would do the courtesy of returning my email about the issue.
> > A bunch of losers, that's what they are...
> And with an attitude like that, you're really going to encourage them to
> improve, too.
> Before I consider the lack of a response a problem, what did you do to elicit
> one, i.e, send the offending e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org, etc?
> My experiences with AOL the past year or two have been fairly good, when I
> have had SERIOUS problems, I've gotten reasonable responses from them.
> (Not necessarily an immediate solution, but a response.)
I've actually receieved good feedback from AOL concerning SPAM,
poor response concerning other problems.
> We used to have an AOL mail administrator active on this list, did he go
> off the list or leave AOL?
> Mike Nolan