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post Mon, 11 Aug 2003 - 20:41
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Right now users of a number of different ISPs (including AOL) cannot receive e-mail directly from PePiPoo.  This is because our hosting service, Bizland, has been exploited by spammers.

Spammers are the type of scum who send unsolicited e-mail to unsuspecting Internet users, generally using unsuspecting ISPs, and usually advertising porn, get-rich-quick schemes, or dodgy "medicines" such as Viagra substitutes.  If you've been using an e-mail address for any length of time, you'll know what we mean!

PePiPoo does not, and will not, send unsolicited e-mail, nor pass on your e-mail address; see our Privacy Policy for details.  Neither does Bizland.

However, because these slime-buckets have exploited Bizland accounts, all mailservers hosted by Bizland have been listed as potential spammers by various services that provide "blocking" lists to other ISPs.  Therefore until our hosting service is able to prove its innocence, these ISPs will block e-mail from PePiPoo.

If you think you should have received e-mail from pePiPoo and have not, please send us an e-mail and we'll contact you via a different host.

We're sorry for this inconvenience!


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