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> Can someone tell me (please) that MSN Communities is not the only option
> I have for hosting a web page?? I am currently "migrating" over to MSN
> from Qwest, but from what I have seen so far it will be a short trip. It
> sounds like the news (netnews?) service through MSN is pretty
> restrictive and lame. But worst of all, if I have to host a web page in
> that "fluffy" web community arena, that would be the last straw. Anyone
> know of options for FTP upload that is just a barebones directory based
> web host through MSN.
> > "Both parties hope for increased profits from the arrangement"
> > That is the norm AFAIK.
> > --
> > Brian Kvalheim
> > Microsoft Community MVP
> > Publisher
> > For FAQ's, Templates and More:
> > http://kvalcom.jvlnet.com
> > MVP Award 1999, 2000, 2001, 2002
> > http://support.microsoft.com/support/mvp/mvpaward.asp
> > Please do not send an email unless asked to do so.
> > Jim,
> > Qwest is in the first year of a five year deal with MSN/Microsoft. Both
> > parties hope for increased profits from the arrangement, mostly from
> > broadband connection (for MSN's benefit) and enhanced advertising and
> > exposure (for Qwest). Quest subscribers now get MSN-IA as their home.
> > of the deal have not been disclosed, to my knowledge. I believe Qwest
> > subscriber's are considered 'legacy' users and get a POP3 account. Too
> > it's now MSN Mail.
> > --
> > Tim K.
> > Lynnwood, WA
> > Hi Fred - It appears you have a few terms and procedures mixed up.
> > help me understand what it is that you want to do could you please
> > what MSN DSL DUN is? I know what each one separately is but I have no
> > when they are strung together like that.
> > Are you sure - have you asked specifically and pointedly - that MSN
> > allow you to use any other than their software?
> > Why did you go with MSN? Doesn't Qwest offer DSL? They do have it
> > you couldn't have qualified through MSN. Do they not offer it direct in
> > your area?
> > I have a web page going with the MSN DSL horror stories being added.
> > Let's hope you are not an addition.
> > -Jim-
> > Hi.
> > I just went through the Qwest to MSN DSL migration, (please, no
> > stories, just keeping my fingers crossed) and now have a new MSN DSL
> > account. I wish to avoid installing whatever software MSN may be
> > sending
> > me, so I was wondering how to set up an MSN DSL DUN connection
> > (settings) as
> > I had when I used Qwest. Windows 2000. Email's up and running on
> > new
> > account.
> > Any thoughts?
> > Thanks!