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[OT] email forwarding?
- To: tlug group <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Subject: [OT] email forwarding?
- From: "Thomas O'Dowd" <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 22:59:19 +0900
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Hi all, I registered my domain (uwillsee.com) with namesdirect.com a couple of months ago. They allow me to setup a couple of forward addresses for the domain as well as do web address forwarding. The main thing I want though is 100% reliable mail forwarding for my domain. Sadly, I'm not getting it from them. I know it is a free service, but why bother if they can't do a good job. For example, I sometimes get mails after 2 months sitting on their queues, mostly I just bounce for a day without them noticing. My idea was just to keep my forwarding with them and whenever I would change ISP, nobody would have to know as my mails just go the one address, and can move with me from there. So can anyone recommend a reliable service for this. I'm willing to invest a small amount of money monthly to achieve this seemingly unachievable goal of 100% reliability in my email address forwarding. Okay 99.99% would do, if they had a good excuse for the other .01% of the time. I know this is a little off the tlug topic, but I would think it would be useful info to some of the subscribers and of course we all know that that 99.99% service runs on a linux box anyway :) Tom. -- Thomas O'Dowd Have you had your noop today? email@example.com http://www.nooper.com
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