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Re: what the heck do i do now?

  • From: Barry Shein
  • Date: Thu Feb 01 16:18:49 2007

Just add to your services price list "high-reliability electronic mail
service: $10,000/month" or whatever with some general wording about
how suitable it is for customers who rely on email for critical and
high-dollar business dealings, life and death situations, and similar.
Point to it from your general email services menu item.

If someone nibbles you could always say you're not taking on new
high-reliability email customers for a few months due to demand

If what you describe happens you can point to how if they were so
concerned they could have purchased the high-reliability email
option. They aren't likely to be successful suing you for failure to
deliver a service they haven't purchased.

Remember the rule:

   If it isn't worth much to you, it certainly isn't worth much to me.

        -Barry Shein

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