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Re: AOL 421 errors
On Thu, 4 May 2006 10:47:28 -0700 (PDT) Matt Ghali <[email protected]> wrote:
On Wed, 3 May 2006, Joe Maimon wrote:<COUNTER-RANT>The irony here of course, is that Matt Black's systems can't even tell if they want the mail until _after_ the accept it- but that's a feature, and AOL's in-transaction softfails are evil. Or something.
Nothing beats an ad hominem attack, huh? The irony here is that your message contains that tribute to the media critic. Now, it seems you are sugggesting that my e-mail servers hold back on final accept until a message gets delivered to a remote AOL server. Did I misread the above message? For what it's worth, I received a very nice e-mail and had an extended telephone conversation with a third-tier support manager from AOL. They do respond and that's why I placed my original post on this thread. I've found that honey is usually more effective than vinegar (that's a metaphor). matthew black network services california state university, long beach