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8/29/2013


AOL is blocking the Digest again…

Filed under: General, Old-Time Radio — Charlie Summers @ 7:34 pm

Yes, I know, this is an old story, but AOL has taken it upon itself to block the Internet OTR Digest yet again. There is nothing whatsoever I can do about this - apparently they statistically have received spam from some part of some netblock which includes the Digest server, and there is no one I can complain to about this.

If you’re on AOL, I would urge you to complain directly to them, letting them know you are not receiving copies of your opt-IN hobby mailing list. And, I must suggest again, consider another free email provider, as AOL routinely insists on turning the Digest into filtered spam. (*sigh*)

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