Re: telus dial up disconnect
- This has nothing to do with the dial up or cadvision and telus, but my
personal recipe for avoiding internet problems has become not to download
anything from Microsoft. You always get those little messages popping up
and I blithely ignore them now. Some folks may consider that "silly", but
I've found all my hardware is usually working perfectly; the router and Shaw
cable connection. The only problems I've ever encountered always seem to be
connected to seemingly harmless downloads that my computer chokes on! I
still trust Norton Anti-Virus and do download from them. No repercussions
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Mary Arthur" <ar109@...>
To: "dist-gen" <dist-gen@...>
Sent: Tuesday, October 01, 2002 9:12 PM
Subject: Re: telus dial up disconnect
> Dear Helen,
> If it helps any, you are not alone. Both the dial up users were saying
> the same thing tonight at GRUG - one from Brentwood, one from Airdrie.
> helen wrote:
> >Hi Gordon,
> >When I first moved to telus I did get a lot of SPAM but now it is much
> >it was before, some but not a lot. Maybe this is because I am not on the
> >internet a lot (just can not seem to make it work for me).
> >I have had a great deal of trouble in the past week or so with telus and
> >e-mail. Cutting me off line and not being able to send messages. My daily
> >talks with some nice young women are getting to be a bit of a boar. (If
> >can think of a reason that this should be happening I would love to hear
> >about it.)
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