[Coco] OT: Email Service ( was Coco 1/2 Faint)
steve at batsonphotography.com
Mon Feb 13 23:03:15 EST 2012
I have a suggestion. For about about $10/Year, you can purchase a domain name from Mydomain.com, then you can use their free services to create as many email addresses as you want and point them to any other email address you want. It works very well and you can update it yourself anytime you need to point to any email account you may use, free or not. I've done this for years with a few email accounts I use and never had any issues.
I don't use them for web hosting or anything else, but I buy all my domain names from them and use them when helping someone else get a domain registered.
Hope that helps.
From: "Louis Ciotti" <lciotti at live.com>
Sent: Monday, February 13, 2012 7:45 PM
To: coco at maltedmedia.com
Subject: [Coco] OT: Email Service ( was Coco 1/2 Faint)
Funny you should mention the use of live mail Gene. I switched to live mail recently because of gmail new direction on sharing information across all google services, and the hose job they did on the interface. I had a live accound for some reasion, so I am using this right now as a stop gap.
I have been searching for a decent e-mail provider that is not linked to an ISP as I am bouncing around between ISPs at the moment, and don't really like chaning my email address, (takes a lot of effort).
Any one have any recommendations? A Web interface is a must so I can check it anywhere, on any machine. Would like to be able to set it up easily in any OS, I am moving toward linux more as XP will soon be EOL'ed and I don't like the M$ offerings. I actually would prefer to use a console based mail program like MUTT or ALPINE assuming I can have IMAP access.
Any recommendations?? I would not mind paying a small amount for the service, but free is always better.
> From: gheskett at wdtv.com
> To: coco at maltedmedia.com
> Date: Mon, 13 Feb 2012 22:09:53 -0500
> Subject: Re: [Coco] Coco 1/2 RF faint?
> On Monday, February 13, 2012 09:55:24 PM Jeremy Michea did opine:
> > So nobody knows what Iâ?Tm talking about or is it just a stupid
> > question. Its ok, I can take it
> I don't know as its that Jeremy, as much as its the Microsoft Windows Live
> Mail 15.4.3538.513 you are using screwing things up by using M$ only fonts
> the rest of the world, who pays attention to standards, doesn't fully
> understand, so the meaning of your message becomes a bit obfuscated. See
> for instance what I assume is supposed to be "I'm" in the echo above. That
> is what I see scattered throughout your messages when a punctuation
> character is meant, but which one?
> As for your problem, I have never seen it, but since I am a CET, my best
> guess would be a dried out capacitor in your coco's video circuitry,
> causing the modulation to be much less than the 90% or so it was designed
> for, which in turn gives a very low contrast, and likely hard to sync to,
> image on a tv. That may not be it, but the track record of low capacity,
> low voltage electrolytic capacitors commonly used in such places, its about
> 20 to 25 years overdue. That in itself says much good about the quality of
> the parts used to build the early coco's all those years ago.
> If you have an oscilloscope, looking at the signals on each end of those
> capacitors, you should see an identical signal on both ends of the cap,
> only with a small offset in the DC voltage that signal is sitting on.
> Cheers, Gene
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> doesn't deliver it.
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