On Mon, 28 Apr 2003 09:04:58 -0400, Albright@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote: > > > Having scanned Coollist's web site, they make no mention of their recent > problems, and there is really no way to even know what happened. Tech > support never let me know what was happening, so I'm saying we drop them. I did the same thing, looking for a "Sorry about the outage, here's what happened" kind of thing. but they have no real support mechanisms on their site at all. > Freelists is run by some gearheads who survive on donations, and obviously > do it in their spare time, or as part of something else. And yeah, I timed > it, and it IS faster. So to keep things consistent, let's use Freelists > from this point on. Check T.