We are optimistic that our t-shirts will be ready in time for the next meeting. We will distribute them at that time. So come pick up your t-shirt!
Continuing Problems with AOL
America On Line delivers some club e-mails, but not others, with no apparent pattern. There is nothing I can do about it from this end. If you are an AOL customer, please contact AOL and tell them that email@example.com is not a spammer and that my e-mails should be delivered to AOL users.
We had the same problem last year, and probably will again.
There are a couple of other, smaller ISPs that are not delivering club e-mails (at least sometimes), including wmconnect.com and cs.com. In addition, some companies block e-mails to their employees which, like club e-mails, have blind headers and multiple recipients. This happens because of how the ISP's spam filters are set. The problem is made even more complicated by the fact that ISPs and companies frequently change or reset their spam filters and firewalls.
There is nothing I can do about this. You will have to communicate with your own ISP or your employer's system administrator to get this fixed. Then, it will probably happen again as soon as they reset their spam filters. So if you are unable to receive club e-mails via your usual e-mail address, it may be a good idea get another, free e-mail account from a web-based e-mail provider like Yahoo! or Hotmail, and subscribe to club e-mails at that address. Your only other alternative is to check this website regularly.