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Force9 / Plusnet problems
I disagree. Any ISP worth it's salt should have tech support staff who can
help their users with the setup of such essentials as Email clients.
They may have staff who *can* help users set up an email client, but
*should* they be doing so? You would not expect BT customer service
to help a customer set up their answering machine or the BBC to help
you set up your VCR, so why should people expect an ISP to help set
up PC applications?
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