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(keitai-l) Re: Cheapest static IP address provider that is not blocked by ezweb/d

From: Dirk Rösler <dirkREMOVE_at_tkm.att.ne.jp>
Date: 04/18/03
Message-Id: <8BD4EECE-7168-11D7-A7D2-0030654492C6_at_tkm.att.ne.jp>
While you're at it, can anyone recommend an ISP whose addresses aren't 
blocked by any firewall, thanks!

Why don't you people simply put outgoing mail through your ISP's mail 
server... with Reply-To headers or something??

If you want to support commercial grade operations get a commercial 
grade connection, not consumer DSL.

Dirk

On Friday, Apr 18, 2003, at 15:14 Asia/Tokyo, Nick May wrote:

>
> Hi
>
> To clarify, I mean a direct, permanent, network connection into an 
> office
> or home in Japan.
>
> It must have a static ip.
> It must be with a provider whose addresses are not blocked by the 
> keitai
> networks.
> It must be reasonably fast (real world 400kbyte/s or more.)
>
> I have a box at rackspace for websites.
>
> regards
>
> Nick
>
>
>
>
> keitai-l_at_appelsiini.net writes:
>> You could go for a full virtual domain hosting plan from ICD soft.
>>
>> This gives you 999 email addresses. You can access your mail by the 
>> web or
>> pop server. They charge 60 dollars a year for your first domain.
>>
>> I guess there is no guarantee that some time in the future their IP
>> address
>> will not be blocked.
>>
>> James Pratt.
>
>
>
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Received on Fri Apr 18 09:40:51 2003