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Re: Anti-recommendation: Comcast.

 On Jan 18, 2008 5:38 PM, Matt Shields <[hidden email]> wrote: 

> I currently have over a dozen servers used to host customer's 
> websites.  I not going to ask them to run OpenVPN just to check their 
> email. 

A suggestion to pass along to others is different from a suggestion 
for your own use, of course. And if the suggestion isn't a good fit, 
then of course you're free to disregard it. 

However, it looks like you're saying Comcast is interfering with your 
customers' connections, and you're not going to ask them to do 
anything to work around Comcast's interference. If workarounds are 
unacceptable, that just leaves one option: convince Compast to stop 
blocking port 25. 

Good luck with that. 

John Abreau / Executive Director, Boston Linux &amp; Unix 
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