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Re: [Fwd: AOL Mail Problems]

In a message dated 97-04-11 03:45:17 EDT, you write:

<< InfiNet (and all other ISP's) is experiencing difficulties in
 delivering mail destined to AOL subscribers.  We have been in
 contact with AOL and they admit that their mail servers are
 overloaded thus causing the delivery problems. >>

Thank you Dennis, for confirming what a lot of us had already suspected.
 Reading the list here lately has been like watching a game of JEOPARDY!
 Here's the answer--now what was the question??

The good news is--the irises are up and growing; fans on TBs are 4-6 inches
tall.  All are very dark green this AM due to another cold night; below 28F
for sure; but no bloom stalks yet to worry about!

Dorothy Fingerhood
Newfield, NY

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