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RE: Interliant and Digex
- From: Adrian OCampo
- Date: Fri Dec 08 16:54:14 2000
You guys may want to try Webperfect.com. Heard good things about them.
From: Kai Schlichting [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, December 08, 2000 1:57 PM
To: LBolton@geiger.com; email@example.com
Subject: Re: Interliant and Digex
At Friday 01:39 PM 12/8/00, LBolton@geiger.com wrote:
>My company is considering using either Interliant or Digex for Web Hosting.
>Any opinions of either company would be appreciated.
>Please feel free to respond privately.
>Many thanks in advance.
If you like to do business with spammers - go ahead.
I am getting REALLY sick and tired of Interliant stealing contact
from the NSI whois database and printing them on postcards for postal spam
(and I sure as hell didn't give NSI any permission whatsoever in selling
my contact info ; I know, they've been selling it lately; whether I want
their spam or not is ultimately InterLIARs concern though). As far as as
ethics standards for Digex/Intermedia is concerned, my mind is clouded
right now, but Interliant will never find consideration at places where
I am at the helm. That same behavior has cost Savvis some substantial
contract(s) this year, from DSL lines over T1's to a DS-3, new ones and
extensions alike. Names not omitted to blame the guilty.
"Just say No" to Spam Kai Schlichting
New York, Palo Alto, You name it Sophisticated Technical Peon
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