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Re: verizon and TMobile offering LTE fixed wireless home internet with no data caps

Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>
 

Enes,

            What service providers do, or I should say can get away with, varies widely by venue.  The fact that T-Mobile offers what it does offer here in the USA without requiring a contract (you can terminate at will) was (and largely remains) revolutionary.

             When I've mentioned to friends in Australia the service I have here, and the price I have it at, their jaws drop in the opposite direction.  They're shocked at how good I have it.

              I get throttled to a maximum of 600Kbps and that's still way more than sufficient for web surfing, at least to me.  Perhaps that's faster than 2G, but I know it's not as fast as 3G, as I used to have a Virgin Mobile MiFi hotspot (dedicated device) and it was slightly faster under 3G than my throttled speed is.

              I really cannot complain.  The cost savings I've achieved by dumping my landline telephone and DSL service, and getting two lines in the process with what is generally way more than enough hotspot data, free Netflix, and the ability to cancel service at will is way, way, way more than worth it.
--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041  

Always remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs - they rarely fail in continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.

        ~ Technician with the username Computer Bloke, on Technibble.com


Re: verizon and TMobile offering LTE fixed wireless home internet with no data caps

enes sarıbaş
 

Brian,

Why do network providers in North America limit the hotspot feature of phones? In europe, this practice is unheard of. Any data package you have applies equally  whether you tether it to pc or not. In  Turkey once Turkcell and the other operaters tried to impose a 15 TL fee per month for using the existing package with hotspot, but they faced a massive backlash and backed down. 2g speed is truly terrible. How can you do anything at all with that connection? Even web pages will take minutes to load.



On 10/10/2020 2:12 PM, Brian Vogel wrote:
Enes,

           As I stated, for the mobile hotspot feature in the plan I mentioned, if you have 2 lines (which we do) on the $90/month plan, throttling begins after 20 GB of 4G LTE data.  I know many users who wouldn't come anywhere near to using that amount of data on a monthly basis, though I certainly do.  In my case, the throttling is very significant because we don't have 3G service in my area, it drops from 4G LTE speed to 2G via the hotspot, but even that's way more than sufficient for text-based work like web browsing with some graphics, emailing, etc.

            High speed data is truly unlimited, no caps, on the phones themselves, so if I have a desperate need I can hop on the phone to download something that's really data intensive.  I've done this on occasion when I want to download huge ISO files, and even before I reach the hotspot data cap, as anything I download to the phone from the phone is under the unlimited data.  I just hook my phone up to my computer afterward, using its microSD card like it was an external drive, and copy that honkin' big ISO file over.

             My main "data drain" comes from the amount of video streaming I do and how that interacts with Chromecast when casting it to the TV.
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Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041  

Always remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs - they rarely fail in continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.

        ~ Technician with the username Computer Bloke, on Technibble.com


Re: verizon and TMobile offering LTE fixed wireless home internet with no data caps

Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>
 

Enes,

           As I stated, for the mobile hotspot feature in the plan I mentioned, if you have 2 lines (which we do) on the $90/month plan, throttling begins after 20 GB of 4G LTE data.  I know many users who wouldn't come anywhere near to using that amount of data on a monthly basis, though I certainly do.  In my case, the throttling is very significant because we don't have 3G service in my area, it drops from 4G LTE speed to 2G via the hotspot, but even that's way more than sufficient for text-based work like web browsing with some graphics, emailing, etc.

            High speed data is truly unlimited, no caps, on the phones themselves, so if I have a desperate need I can hop on the phone to download something that's really data intensive.  I've done this on occasion when I want to download huge ISO files, and even before I reach the hotspot data cap, as anything I download to the phone from the phone is under the unlimited data.  I just hook my phone up to my computer afterward, using its microSD card like it was an external drive, and copy that honkin' big ISO file over.

             My main "data drain" comes from the amount of video streaming I do and how that interacts with Chromecast when casting it to the TV.
--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041  

Always remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs - they rarely fail in continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.

        ~ Technician with the username Computer Bloke, on Technibble.com


Re: verizon and TMobile offering LTE fixed wireless home internet with no data caps

enes sarıbaş
 

Brian,

You know what is hilarious? I don't even live in a rural area, I live in a city with 80000+ people, but AT&T  the DSL provider, and the cable company are only local options, though several new fiber buildouts began. The AT&T tech actually bragged to me how they had switched from DSL, probably ADSL1 to ADSL2+ in 2011, and how they had made absolutely no improvements to  the equipment since., and how they had put in fiber behind the box, but they had refused to   replace the DSLAM to provide VDSL service because it wasn't profitable for them to do and didn't make economical sense. Well I would say it isn't profitable and doesn't make economical sense for me to get very little quality, while paying more than that home internet, in addition to a data cap. I hope the widespread deployment of home fixed wireless will motivate those DSL companies to improve their service and replace old equipment. But at this point I wouldn't want to switch to a phone company internet, even VDSL, unles it was FTTH.


On 10/10/2020 11:48 AM, Brian Vogel wrote:
As an aside, for those "of a certain age" (read: 55 or older), T-Mobile offers its unlimited 55 Plus plans at great prices as far as I'm concerned.  My partner and I ditched our land line and our woefully slow DSL service and have been using the mobile hotspot feature of our phones as our exclusive internet service for just around 2 years now.

Even where we live, we have 4G LTE data service and that's way faster than what most home users need for what they do, and in our case that absolutely includes streaming Netflix while using the computers connected to the hotspots.

There is a cap of 20GB per line, per month, at 4G LTE speed but it drops to 3G speed after that.  During this period of the pandemic, when we're home much more than we typically would be, we sometimes run over that 40GB total, but still manage just fine for our computer use and since streaming from the phone is always at high speed, and I Chromecast that to our TV, that aspect is still fine, too.

You can also buy an additional 10GB of 4G LTE data for $10 per month, but I've never needed to do that based on our actual needs.
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Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041  

Always remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs - they rarely fail in continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.

        ~ Technician with the username Computer Bloke, on Technibble.com


Re: verizon and TMobile offering LTE fixed wireless home internet with no data caps

enes sarıbaş
 

Hi Brian,

The thing is with mobile cell phone hotspot sharing, they will throttle your data past a point. If you got really good speeds, it may be worth considering the home internet, which removes throttling and data caps.  How an apartment complex thinks its a good idea to force people to use terrible DSL, mind you its ADSL, not VDSL, in 2020, and prevents any other providers from entering is beyond me.  I  was told in my area, the minimum speed would range from 50 mbps to 150 mbps download, and at least 15 mbps upload, Which is an astounding 1500% improvement in upload performance at least compared to DSL The celular coverage map also shows a 5g signal, so its only a matter of time before they upgrade this area to 5g home internet instead of LTE, which will likely double that 50 mbps minimum even further.

the list of cities are here

https://www.t-mobile.com/news/network/t-mobile-expands-home-internet-to-more-than-450-cities-towns-left-high-and-dry-by-att



On 10/10/2020 11:48 AM, Brian Vogel wrote:
As an aside, for those "of a certain age" (read: 55 or older), T-Mobile offers its unlimited 55 Plus plans at great prices as far as I'm concerned.  My partner and I ditched our land line and our woefully slow DSL service and have been using the mobile hotspot feature of our phones as our exclusive internet service for just around 2 years now.

Even where we live, we have 4G LTE data service and that's way faster than what most home users need for what they do, and in our case that absolutely includes streaming Netflix while using the computers connected to the hotspots.

There is a cap of 20GB per line, per month, at 4G LTE speed but it drops to 3G speed after that.  During this period of the pandemic, when we're home much more than we typically would be, we sometimes run over that 40GB total, but still manage just fine for our computer use and since streaming from the phone is always at high speed, and I Chromecast that to our TV, that aspect is still fine, too.

You can also buy an additional 10GB of 4G LTE data for $10 per month, but I've never needed to do that based on our actual needs.
--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041  

Always remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs - they rarely fail in continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.

        ~ Technician with the username Computer Bloke, on Technibble.com


Accessible way to snoop URLs

Steven Johnson
 

Anyone know a JAWS readable way to view the stream URL of a radio station once it starts playing, not the .htm URL that you usually see on the address bar, but the stream url, which usually looks something like http://stream.kntu.unt.edu:8000/kntulive.mp3

Thanks in advance. 


Re: Trying to change log in email on facebook

Abbie Taylor
 

Try going to mbasic.facebook.com. This used to be the old mobile site years ago before it was infiltrated by the new one. You should be able to change your email address in the settings here. I don't remember exactly how I did this years ago, but it's self-explanatory. I hope that helps.
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Re: New Announce-Only Mailing List to Distribute News and Information Regarding Blindness Technology

Alex Stone
 

David, thanks for this!

On 10 Oct 2020, at 17:27, David Goldfield <david.goldfield@...> wrote:



Many thanks to the list owner who has given me permission to post the following announcement.


From David Goldfield:


Many years ago an amazing woman named Amy Ruell ran a wonderful and memorable mailing list called Amy’s Filters and Forwards. Subscribers to her list received email announcements from other mailing lists regarding new products and services, product upgrades and other messages of interest to the visually impaired. I found that list to be informative and invaluable. Sadly, the list ceased operations.

I often do a little of what Amy had done where I send similar announcements to mailing lists to which I’m subscribed. I have decided to start my own announce-only list providing what I hope will be a similar service.

I’m subscribed to many different mailing lists and I also regularly keep up with the latest news in the blindness technology field. This list will be comprised of mailings containing these various announcements. The types of emails that I plan to distribute may include the following:

·         News regarding hardware and software upgrades

·         New blindness products and services

·         News regarding enhancements to blindness services

·         Employment opportunities which may be of interest or relevance to the visually impaired

·         Upcoming webinars and conferences dealing with blindness technology

·         How-to articles containing tips and tricks on using mainstream technology of interest to the visually impaired, such as the iPhone, Microsoft Office, etc.

 

Whenever possible I will also include a URL at the bottom of each announcement leading to the original source material.

While the list won’t consist of any back and forth discussions I do expect that this will be a medium to high traffic list.

Since this list has been formed I will no longer be submitting announcements to other lists to which I’m subscribed. People who wish to continue receiving these announcements must subscribe to the new list.

To subscribe to the list, send email to

Tech-vi+subscribe@groups.io

If you have material that you’d like me to submit to the list, please send it to

Tech-vi+owner@groups.io

Please include the source URL when sending me the material. If a source link is not included I will not post your announcement. If you wish to submit an announcement regarding an upcoming webinar or conference please include a link containing more information, such as a description and a registration form. The announcement should be relevant to blindness technology and I reserve the right to decide whether it will or won’t be submitted to the list.

Please feel free to forward this email to anyone who you think may be interested in this mailing list. Before you forward this announcement to another mailing list or online forum please contact the moderator of that forum before posting this announcement and inquire as to whether announcements such as this are permitted on the owner’s mailing list or forum.

Many thanks for reading this and I am hoping that this new announce-only list will be of some value to you. I won’t claim that the list will be nearly as comprehensive as Amy’s original list as I don’t feel that I have the time needed to even try and duplicate her efforts. However, it is my hope that the list will help people to keep up with the latest news and trends in the blindness technology space.

Here is hoping that all of you will try to stay as safe and healthy as possible during these trying times. May our Lord bless you.

 

-- 
David Goldfield,
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019

WWW.DavidGoldfield.org


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vincenzodelpiano@...
 

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Re: verizon and TMobile offering LTE fixed wireless home internet with no data caps

Brian Vogel <britechguy@...>
 

As an aside, for those "of a certain age" (read: 55 or older), T-Mobile offers its unlimited 55 Plus plans at great prices as far as I'm concerned.  My partner and I ditched our land line and our woefully slow DSL service and have been using the mobile hotspot feature of our phones as our exclusive internet service for just around 2 years now.

Even where we live, we have 4G LTE data service and that's way faster than what most home users need for what they do, and in our case that absolutely includes streaming Netflix while using the computers connected to the hotspots.

There is a cap of 20GB per line, per month, at 4G LTE speed but it drops to 3G speed after that.  During this period of the pandemic, when we're home much more than we typically would be, we sometimes run over that 40GB total, but still manage just fine for our computer use and since streaming from the phone is always at high speed, and I Chromecast that to our TV, that aspect is still fine, too.

You can also buy an additional 10GB of 4G LTE data for $10 per month, but I've never needed to do that based on our actual needs.
--

Brian - Windows 10 Pro, 64-Bit, Version 2004, Build 19041  

Always remember that computers are just glorified light bulbs - they rarely fail in continuous use and usually go pop when turned off and on.

        ~ Technician with the username Computer Bloke, on Technibble.com


Re: Audible Sync

Marie <magpie.mn@...>
 

Oops! That would be USING
 

From: Marie via groups.io
Sent: Saturday, October 10, 2020 9:27 AM
To: techtalk@groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Audible Sync
 
Is anyone susing the Audible Synch app successfully?
 


Audible Sync

Marie <magpie.mn@...>
 

Is anyone susing the Audible Synch app successfully?
 


New Announce-Only Mailing List to Distribute News and Information Regarding Blindness Technology

David Goldfield <david.goldfield@...>
 

Many thanks to the list owner who has given me permission to post the following announcement.


From David Goldfield:


Many years ago an amazing woman named Amy Ruell ran a wonderful and memorable mailing list called Amy’s Filters and Forwards. Subscribers to her list received email announcements from other mailing lists regarding new products and services, product upgrades and other messages of interest to the visually impaired. I found that list to be informative and invaluable. Sadly, the list ceased operations.

I often do a little of what Amy had done where I send similar announcements to mailing lists to which I’m subscribed. I have decided to start my own announce-only list providing what I hope will be a similar service.

I’m subscribed to many different mailing lists and I also regularly keep up with the latest news in the blindness technology field. This list will be comprised of mailings containing these various announcements. The types of emails that I plan to distribute may include the following:

·         News regarding hardware and software upgrades

·         New blindness products and services

·         News regarding enhancements to blindness services

·         Employment opportunities which may be of interest or relevance to the visually impaired

·         Upcoming webinars and conferences dealing with blindness technology

·         How-to articles containing tips and tricks on using mainstream technology of interest to the visually impaired, such as the iPhone, Microsoft Office, etc.

 

Whenever possible I will also include a URL at the bottom of each announcement leading to the original source material.

While the list won’t consist of any back and forth discussions I do expect that this will be a medium to high traffic list.

Since this list has been formed I will no longer be submitting announcements to other lists to which I’m subscribed. People who wish to continue receiving these announcements must subscribe to the new list.

To subscribe to the list, send email to

Tech-vi+subscribe@groups.io

If you have material that you’d like me to submit to the list, please send it to

Tech-vi+owner@groups.io

Please include the source URL when sending me the material. If a source link is not included I will not post your announcement. If you wish to submit an announcement regarding an upcoming webinar or conference please include a link containing more information, such as a description and a registration form. The announcement should be relevant to blindness technology and I reserve the right to decide whether it will or won’t be submitted to the list.

Please feel free to forward this email to anyone who you think may be interested in this mailing list. Before you forward this announcement to another mailing list or online forum please contact the moderator of that forum before posting this announcement and inquire as to whether announcements such as this are permitted on the owner’s mailing list or forum.

Many thanks for reading this and I am hoping that this new announce-only list will be of some value to you. I won’t claim that the list will be nearly as comprehensive as Amy’s original list as I don’t feel that I have the time needed to even try and duplicate her efforts. However, it is my hope that the list will help people to keep up with the latest news and trends in the blindness technology space.

Here is hoping that all of you will try to stay as safe and healthy as possible during these trying times. May our Lord bless you.

 

-- 
David Goldfield,
Blindness Assistive Technology Specialist
JAWS Certified, 2019

WWW.DavidGoldfield.org


Re: verizon and TMobile offering LTE fixed wireless home internet with no data caps

enes sarıbaş
 

Also,

I did some research, and appears they offer this in areas where they are able to give at least 25, but there isn't a hard cap on the maximum speed. People are mentioning above a hundred meg speeds and 40 megabits and up upload.

On 10/10/2020 4:19 AM, enes sarıbaş via groups.io wrote:
Hi all,

I wanted to make you aware of these plans for rural areas. The advertised speeds on both are 25-50  mbps, and uploads I recall are between 3-5 mbps. They do not come with data caps. I think this is excellent for those who are  stuck on slow DSL like lower Uverse teers due to living in apartment complexes with exclusive contracts or rural areas. ADSL speeds, with its less than 1 megabit of upload is  woefully inadequate for even modern audio or video calling as well as the high latency and fluctuating speeds make it unsuitable for working too.





TV or Monitor

Walter Ramage
 

Hi all.  I have a question that I guess doesn't have a definitive answer but depends on the views and preferences of each individual.

 

I'm getting one of my computers upgraded to a level higher than the better computer I have at the moment and it will have a Blue Ray writer/reader.  I'm also reorganising the layout of my media room and I'm thinking of getting a larger monitor and here is where my question comes in.  I am totally blind so can't use a monitor even if I wanted to but I do have friends who do need one when they come around.  I also never watch the television but I do have a television but purely use it as a monitor via HDMI.  As I said I'm wishing to get a larger display screen but should I go for a dedicated computer monitor or use a television.  The televisions are much cheaper than a monitor. I had a quick look on Amazon as a comparison and depending on the brand and quality a 43 inch monitor is coming in around £800 - £1200 but I could get a 50 inch TV television for, again depending on the brand and quality £350 and £700.  These figures are not precise but based on the items I looked at.

 

So, do you have an opinion on whether a TV used as a monitor is best or is a dedicated computer monitor the way to go.  By the way, I'm not into gaming so that might make a difference.  I'm just curious about your opinions.  Walter.




verizon and TMobile offering LTE fixed wireless home internet with no data caps

enes sarıbaş
 

Hi all,

I wanted to make you aware of these plans for rural areas. The advertised speeds on both are 25-50  mbps, and uploads I recall are between 3-5 mbps. They do not come with data caps. I think this is excellent for those who are  stuck on slow DSL like lower Uverse teers due to living in apartment complexes with exclusive contracts or rural areas. ADSL speeds, with its less than 1 megabit of upload is  woefully inadequate for even modern audio or video calling as well as the high latency and fluctuating speeds make it unsuitable for working too.


Re: Video doctor visit question

Donna
 

You didn't say which video health program will be used. Some video health programs require that Pop-up blockers be disabled, in order to allow separate windows to open.

Donna



What platform is your doctor using.

 

 

73 N2DYN Angelo

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Loy
Sent: Friday, October 9, 2020 7:06 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Video doctor visit question

 

I have a video doctor visit scheduled. I will be using my laptop. in settings, I have given permission for my desktop apps to have access to the camera. I will be using Google Chrome as my browser. Is this all I need to have enabled to complete the visit? This will be my first time to use the camera so I want to make sure I have everything setup correctly before the scheduled visit.


Re: Video doctor visit question

Angelo Sonnesso
 

What platform is your doctor using.

 

 

73 N2DYN Angelo

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io [mailto:main@TechTalk.groups.io] On Behalf Of Loy
Sent: Friday, October 9, 2020 7:06 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] Video doctor visit question

 

I have a video doctor visit scheduled. I will be using my laptop. in settings, I have given permission for my desktop apps to have access to the camera. I will be using Google Chrome as my browser. Is this all I need to have enabled to complete the visit? This will be my first time to use the camera so I want to make sure I have everything setup correctly before the scheduled visit.


Re: Groups.io and Charter Email

Pamela Dominguez
 

I am told by somebody on one of these lists, that that doesn't work. The person said you just get double copies of the messages you already would have gotten. Pam.

-----Original Message-----
From: joseph hudson
Sent: Saturday, August 15, 2020 3:47 AM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Groups.io and Charter Email

Oh OK, well if you want to receive them from other places, in your email client yet to put the word recent before your email address.
On Aug 12, 2020, at 5:55 PM, Pamela Dominguez <pammygirl99@gmail.com> wrote:

I can receive them on groups.io, but from other email servers, I can't. Pam.

-----Original Message----- From: joseph hudson
Sent: Wednesday, August 12, 2020 12:10 AM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Groups.io and Charter Email

No, Groups. that io has a rerouting function there is a checkbox in your account, that will allow you to receive your own messages. I was explaining this feature for Pam.
joseph hudson

Email FaceTime and iMessage
jhud7789@twc.com


Office phone/what's up messenger

254-300-7667

Emergency sell

254-813-2461

https://www.facebook.com/joseph.hudson.9404

https://twitter.com/josephhudson89

On Aug 11, 2020, at 11:03 PM, Gene <gsasner@gmail.com> wrote:

I'm not sure what command you are talking about. If it is the recent command, that isn't something you adjust on the web site, so I don't think you are talking about that. And, from trying it, I concluded that it wasn't sending my list mail directly from the list. It was sending me a copy of my message but not from the list serve. So it was useless in terms of telling me whether my messag had reached the list.

But none of this matters if you use Groups.io lists and a lot of e-mail lists have migrated there, or here, since we are using it on this list. GMail has no command to allow you to receive list mail. Groups.io has a command to circumvent GMail's not sending you your own list mail. It has been on by default for a long time. So, given the number of groups on Groups.io now, this may not be much problem anymore for a lot of blind e-mail list users or a minor one.

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: joseph hudson
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 10:38 PM
To: main@techtalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Groups.io and Charter Email

Oh and to also receive your own replies in your inbox, there is a setting on the groups.io website that needs to be changed. If you want, I can walk you through that as well as send you a automatic login link that way that you can go onto Jessie's settings or if you wish for me to do it for you, I could go off-line with you, and login to your Gmail and fix the problem for you if you would like. And I will by and if you don't feel comfortable with me doing it, if you want to give me your computer guys phone number that helps you out all the time, I can give him the steps and he can fix it for you if you would like. Because I know you've been going through a lot here lately.no means give anybody any of your information.
On Aug 11, 2020, at 10:31 PM, Gene <gsasner@gmail.com> wrote:

I don't know what you mean by bugging you. It never bugs me. And as far as your messages being under your replies, that's because you haven't changed a setting in either your e-mail program or GMail, its been so long I'm not sure which but I think if you are using an e-mail program it’s a setting in that program. There is a setting in the web interface to change the behavior as well.

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: Pamela Dominguez
Sent: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 9:41 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Groups.io and Charter Email

I don't like gmail, because google keeps bugging me every time I turn
around, practically, and also, I can't see my messages when I post to a list
unless it is underneath a reply. Pam.

-----Original Message----- From: Gene
Sent: Monday, August 10, 2020 6:32 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Groups.io and Charter Email

You have to pay for Fast Mail, but not with GMail. GMail works very well
and you can use it with e-mail programs. It may be that Fast Mail has
features some people may want but I don't think the typical e-mail user
would want them.

Gene
-----Original Message----- From: Mike B
Sent: Monday, August 10, 2020 5:20 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: Re: [TechTalk] Groups.io and Charter Email


Hi Marie,

This is exactly why I ditched Charter and went to Fastmail for all my email
groups, . It seems that Charter will throttle down your email if you
receive / send too much email, but I could never get Charter / Spectrum to
admit to this and someone else on this list posted something to the effect
this would happen after a certain number of emails per month. Well whatever
the problem with Charter is, I have absolutely zero problems with Fastmail.
Another problem I had with Charter was boucing email with Groups.io which is
something I have zero problems using Fastmail.

Take care. Mike. Sent from my iBarstool. Go dodgers!
----- Original Message ----- From: Marie
To: techtalk@groups.io
Sent: Monday, August 10, 2020 1:25 PM
Subject: [TechTalk] Groups.io and Charter Email

I have a charter email account set up and I can send and receive messages
just fine except to or from Groups.io. Is there some conflict between the
two?

Marie






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Re: test please

g melconian <gmelconian619@...>
 

Yes your here as your message came through. 

 

From: main@TechTalk.groups.io <main@TechTalk.groups.io> On Behalf Of DAVID GLOBE
Sent: Friday, October 9, 2020 3:47 PM
To: main@TechTalk.groups.io
Subject: [TechTalk] test please

 

I just have to find out if I am on this group.

David

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