We have a $25 per year email only option. We put it in place mainly for our
customers that need to move over to Sat. access but don't want to loose
their email addresses.
I've got odessaoffice.com or accima.com that people can use. We also give
you webmail (kinda like yahoo or msn) for when you travel.
I'd love to be able to give something back to this group for a change! Let
me know if anyone wants help with email issues....
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Karlquist" <email@example.com>
Sent: Sunday, September 03, 2006 5:44 PM
Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] Attn all comcast subscribers
> K7LXC@aol.com wrote:
>> Howdy --
>> Apparently comcast had some sort of stomach flu or something because
> I am a Comcast subscriber, but:
> Comcast is very good at providing a very high speed pipe to
> the internet (6 Mb/s with my cable modem). I use them for
> what they are good at, especially since I am too far from the
> CO for DSL.
> What Comcast is NOT good at is email. I do NOT use Comcast as my mailman.
> I use another ISP (sonic.net) to handle my mail, and host my web sites.
> If you don't have web sites, you can get basic service from Sonic for $10
> or $15 a month. Sonic has various programmable Spam filters that you can
> turn on and off, whitelist, etc. You can get a daily Spam report to see
> if any stuff you wanted got busted, and it can be recovered if
> necessary. You can get your own domain name to avoid the embarassment
> of having an email address of the form firstname.lastname@example.org.
> There are many other ISP's like Sonic. Check around.
> One more thing: another dumb thing Comcast does is block the default
> port used to send mail via your other ISP. You need to select
> an alternate port. Make sure your ISP supports this.
> Life is too short for Comcast.
> Rick N6RK
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