Re: Cant email from Tmobile hotspots - putting me out of business
caliboy at fuckyou.nul
Sat Feb 21 00:24:25 EST 2004
"Mike Vollmer" <reply at in.news.group> wrote in message
> #2: Sign up with a quality ISP. If you hang out with spammers (creeps),
> you will be treated as though guilty by association.
You act as if there are multiple wirelessproviders. Who would you
reccommend to use for wireless when in major airports, or hotels?
> Quality ISP's will also provide decent 800 access
> that won't break your bank. You can also buy calling cards (2.9
> cents/minute anytime day or night) at .Costco that give you decent
> inexpensive dialup access from anywhere in the U.S. (figuring out how to
> in the necessary numbers & pauses into your dialup setup requires a bit of
First you tell him to "bring your IT department into the 21st
century" and then you reccommend dial-up as a "solution"?
> #3. Use Yahoo, Hotmail, etc.
See above - same problem. I gave him the solution already, a mail provider
that hides his originating IP.
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