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Re: crazy weather

> >    The former means that AOL stuck it into your mailbox, whereas the
> >    latter means that AOL took it and is holding onto it for some reason
> >    to deliver into your mailbox later.
> Chris, thank you but how can I prove this to AOL?

Hi Ceres,

   I don't think you really can.  I can give you the logs showing that
   their servers accepted it, but they probably have so many servers 
   that they won't spend the time tracking it down.


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