Pay2send is only offering forwarding aliases at the
present time. We will be offering webmail eventually,
but for the moment, we're following the advice of Lou Gerstner,
"sooner is better than perfect."
So you need to have another e-mail address that you will receive your
forwarded pay2send mail in. I don't really have a reccomendation at
this time: hotmail and yahoo are both very very popular, the author
of pay2send tests everything against
zwallet.com MLM webmail which promises to give its users
a slice of the fees it charges for displaying advertisements around
E-mail sent to pay2send.com addresses must pass several checks and tests
otherwise it is returned to the sender.
The sender must be known to the RAPNAP system, or listed as
a wildcard whitelist entry.
Return addresses that look like listserv variable envelope return paths
are not subject to the RAPNAP checking.
Mail from whitelisted senders is forwarded immediately
Mail from whitelisted listservs is forwarded immediately
Every pay2send associate may maintain a list of public passwords. When
a message for you arrives that contains one of your passwords in
it, in either the header or the body, the message is forwarded
to you, and a password match report is generated and sent to you
too. Password match reports contain hypertext links in them
that can be used to add senders or listservs to your whitelist.
this means that you can make up an impossible password, like
"pimlkjnerwgtpoin," and include it in an introductory e-mail you
send to all your friends you wish to whitelist. When your friends
write back, quoting your message, the password will match, and you
will be able to add your friend to your whitelist easily.
When signing up for a mailing list to be delivered through pay2send,
first declare the name of the mailing list as a password. That way,
the messages from the listserv that verify your identity will be
allowed through, as will the mailing list messages. Each message will
generate a password match report, that can be used to add the listserv
to your whitelist; then you can disable the password when you have whitelisted your mailing list.
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