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Apr 06, 2005 10:05 pmAOL Rejecting IP Address Links#

lisa micklin
Hey there folks,

Looks like AOL is at it again. They are rejecting emails that use IP addresses instead of domain names.

For instance, I saw an ezine get sent today that used the following link from a banner:

AOL rejected this ezine due to the IP address in place of a domain name.

More information can be found here:

Create your links wisely,

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Apr 06, 2005 10:19 pmre: AOL Rejecting IP Address Links#

Debbie Fortier-Success Leaves Clues
Hi Lisa,

I saw your post and wanted to inform you that we have become aware of some of aol's shannigans.

They are not our primary ISP, we only use them to communicate with other AOL's in our business to inform them to get a yahoo email address when they become part of our team.

Yeah, they can send you all the porn and BS they want, but if you try to conduct an honest living using aol as your primary ISP, you need another ISP asap.

We have had enough of AOL and their BS.

They think they own the internet yet several lawsuits are pending.

They have more BBB complaints than they have members.

Hope this helps you, have a very prosperous day.


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Apr 07, 2005 12:01 amre: re: AOL Rejecting IP Address Links#

lisa micklin
Hi Debbie-

Don't even get me started on AOL! In my post however, I was specifically speaking to ezine publishers who might be wondering why their ezines are not being delivered to their AOL subscribers. There are a gazillion reasons why an ezine may be rejected by AOL, but from what I can tell the "IP link" issue is a relatively new one.

Hope this clarifies,

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Jul 20, 2005 5:57 pmre: re: re: AOL Rejecting IP Address Links#

Nick Roy
AOL is one messed up company. Don't get me started on AOL either! I cancelled my account with them over three years ago, because I got sick and tired of having to call tech support and my call being routed to India. This is another example of a greedy Unpartiotic American company. Companies like this do not care about helping their fellow Americans out by putting them to work. Now I can see why Steve Case left AOL.

I am now with Comcast High Speed Internet as my main ISP. I now boycott any company that outsources their jobs to foreign countries, and only promote made in the USA products and services.

Thanks and Good Luck

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