Since 1994 I have operated and owned mailing-lists. Changing
providers is very troublesome, and I am now using my 3rd provider.
My previous provider suggested I get a domain name, via internic,
with set-up and annual fees, I did. Denar.com was created.
My mailing list provider took the fees, then gave 30 days notice
that his mailing-list provider is ceasing operation after about
one year of operating. Any message now sent to email@example.com,
and all the established addresses @denar.com are fatal errored,
with no responsibility taken from the dumpee! At least shouldn't
arrangements have been made to forward denar.com e-mail??
What does a list owner do in this situation?
Dennis Aruta, Owner ShipFix (c) 1997 & International Commerce List IC-L
Denar Chartering Inc.(since 1971) Phone: 516-326-2300
P.O. Box 1147, Denar House Fax: call
New Hyde Park N.Y. 11040 Tlx: 4971419
U.S.A. email: Denic@liii.com