dg at cowlark.com
Mon Jul 17 11:13:50 BST 2006
Cliff Lawson wrote:
> Oh, and for the benefit of others, the way the phone works is that at a
> minimum of 24 hours it will call the server on an 0901 number to
> send/receive email.
Ah... I'll admit that I never actually looked into this very hard --- I
don't think either of my emailers even have a bootable copy of the
Amstrad firmware on them!
I do know that they stop working if they can't pick up adverts; would
they also stop working if you got your telco to block the 0901 number, I
wonder? Of course, given the hardware subsidy, doing such a thing
*could* be considered Bad Form...
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