On Sat, 7 Sep 1996, Eric Thomas wrote:
> and all mail coming from them. What you would say if MSN did not accept
> e-mail from companies selling products that compete with MS's? Would you
> still say they never agreed to accept this mail in the first place?
MSN, or AOL is under no obligation to accept any, or
all e-mail sent to them. Nor are they required to
transfer mail to other sites that traverses their
domain, or originates from them. << Read their contract
very carefully. >>
AOL is not the first online service to reject all
mail coming from a specific site. << That proobably first
happened back in 1979, or 1980 -- whenever Tom Jennings declared
himself to be the NetGod. >>
A missle is fired, and TWA Flight 800 crashes.
How much will the US Navy pay in compensation for the
deaths they caused?