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Got CableModem (@home/LAN): workaround for keeping old email address

Posted on 1998-10-15
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Just got LAN for speed; love my ISP, macconnect. Any way better than setting up two Netscape user profiles, one "me-modem ISP" and the other "me-LAN ISP", each with separate servers, etc. so that the LAN either runs "native" or "Emulates" the macconnect? because I cannot email OUT of the me-modem user, and on LAN, I can only read my main mailbag by going through Yahoo-mail. I welcome all discussion of this situation, even if you don't have an answer, because the LAN is so rude: their response is that they offer an entertainment service, not worried about how to make things work for business. How would you like to have to tell your clients that your email is now self@home.com?  THANKS
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Use a standalone email application, like Claris Emailer. It can handle multiple email accounts easily, with no need to switch profiles or anything like that.
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