[SEDXC] Fwd: Comcast Subscriber Problems
Joe Subich, W4TV
w4tv at subich.com
Tue Sep 12 09:50:32 EDT 2006
It doesn't require a list administrator cull the list for every
comcast customer. Each effected user can do it for himself.
Go to: http://lists.contesting.com/mailman/listinfo/, select the
list and log in with the address to which your list mail is being
sent. Once logged in, the user can reset mail delivery or even
change e-mail addresses.
I started to "fix" the comcast.net addresses for the two lists
that I handle (> 2,000 combined users). After more than an
hour I was less than half way through one of the lists, I gave
up ... I did not have four hours to spend "cleaning up" for users
with unreliable e-mail systems.
For those who want alternate e-mail, check into QTH.com (KA9FOX's
service). He offers e-mail only hosting for $12.00 a year (200
MB, five e-mail accounts, pop3/imap/smtp and web mail). If you
need a Domain Name, he offers domain name registration in .com,
.net., .org, . us, .info or .biz for $9.95 per year.
... Joe, W4TV
> -----Original Message-----
> From: sedxc-bounces at contesting.com
> [mailto:sedxc-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of Ed
> Sent: Tuesday, September 12, 2006 1:29 AM
> To: W4OC at aol.com; SECC; sedxc
> Subject: Re: [SEDXC] Fwd: Comcast Subscriber Problems
> Well, the list owner for RTTY is Jim Reisert ( spelling? ) and he says
> he doesn't have "time" to "weed" the list of subscribers just for
> Comcast customers.
> Which sounds pretty lame to me as the list owner must have some type
> of list which could be searched for Comcast customers. Comcast, either
> by design or inability, has not give me the correct email address of
> the guy in charge of the "blacklist".
> Don had to fix me with the SECC list, and someone did it for the
> Writelog is working OK as is Contest, but the threads on Contest are
> so weird I may just unsubscribe.
> Unsubscribing RTTY and then unsubscribing doesn't work. Oh yes, you
> the email saying you are unsubscribed and then subscribed but Comcast
> is the block.
> Which is why I may just change DSL service before the week is over.
> Hopefully, BellSouth will be more reasonable.
> There is one workaround to this problem. Establish a .com with
> GoDaddy.com...about $8 a year, ie k4sb.com ( or .reg, ect ) and
> then link your email through that address. You still need Comcast to
> connect, but they have no say over the email. Same thing goes for any
> Getting too damn old for this aggravation. Trying to figure out what
> State agency to complain to. PSC?
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