While we're on the topic of communication, does anyone know of a resource
where I can contact Sales contacts at ISPs? (I realize that this list is
mostly technical). I ask because I have written an RFP for a company
looking for mailbox hosting, DNS, domain hosting, etc. (No DIALUPS!)
However, to get a good collection of responses, I'm afraid that I'll have
to spend hours at www.thelist.com collecting firstname.lastname@example.org
addresses for solicitations. Physical location of the ISP is not an issue,
so I can release it nationally.
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On Thursday, January 15, 1998 5:03 PM, Chilton [SMTP:email@example.com]
> Here's the URL:
> Two moons ago, there was a griping session on the I-NET Access list about
> the lack of a decent method of getting info to ISPs. Most ISPs hate spam,
> so that's not an option. But most of the news sites out there for ISPs
> are only updated every few days, or weeks, and often don't even carry
> anything of interest to small to mid sized ISPs.
> I have decided to do something about it. The above url will take you to
> the new ISP Resource page. It is a news page, which will be updated
> daily, that contains news and links to news that will probably be of
> interest to you. It will also act as a showcase for companies that have
> products that ISPs might be interested in, and will inform you of updates
> and statistics about the software and hardware that you run your business
> So, if you're an ISP, go to the site, kick it around a little, take notes
> on little stickie pads, and let me know what you like/don't like. I am
> very open and will be very responsive to constructive criticism. If
> there's a link I forgot, let me know, if there's a product or category I
> forgot, let me know.
> And if you sell something to ISPs, let me know when new versions,
> updates, and new products are ready, and I'll post the announcements!
> The site will be archived once per week, and will feature a search engine
> once we get enough news to need to archive it ;)
> And lastly, yes, I will be allowing advertising, but not until next week,
> so email me if you're interested.
> Thank you,
> NTISP Mailing List firstname.lastname@example.org