Re: 1nol login

2000-08-13 Thread Howard Eisenberger

"Thomas Mueller" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 DNS#1 204.178.185.5
 DNS#2 204.178.185.105

 smtp: mail1.1nol.com
 pop:  mail1.1nol.com  user: "user"  password: "password"

 What I posted on this list from a text-file download agrees with the
 DNS #s, but the SMTP  POP3 server were both mail.1nol.com.  Did they
 insert another 1?

For a couple of days this week I was unable to access mail.1nol.com
but was able to use mail1.1nol.com. Now both resolve to 207.31.125.19
(in ORBS by the way). Go figure.

(I haven't used my 1nol.com address for anything except a couple of
test e-mails to myself, and I've already got one spam.)

More importantly, I could not acces my local dialup (popsite.net)
all day yesterday ("invalid login"), but it's working again now.

 http://www.1nol.com/ now redirects to http://1nol.myway.com

 I noticed the redirection, but apparently 1nol.myway.com looked for
 my user agent and directed me to download MSIE or Netscape. I didn't
 know about http://www.1nol.com/central/, and apparently the people at
 http://accessmasters.com/dos.html didn't know either. I need to try
 that "central" page.

http://www.1nol.com/central/ seems to be the only way past the myway.com
loop to the 1nol signup page. I have no idea what's going on, but it
doesn't look good for non MS-Win users. I know it's free, but I'm having
second thoughts about supporting this crap.

 My FreeWWWeb was working as of my last try (one week ago?), though
 I avoid using their mail and news servers because of inaccessibility.
 I wouldn't want anybody to send anything important to my
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] because I would most likely not able to get it.

My FreeWWWeb ppp dialup (uunet.ca) still works now, but I'm pretty
sure that mail and news (smartnet.net) are dead. All I really care
about is a free Internet connection that works with DOS and Linux.

Anyway, since this is off-topic for the Arachne list, I'm done talking
about it here. If I hear anything new, I'll pass it along to the survpc
list.

Howard Eisenberger
Ottawa, Ontario

-- 
DOS TCP/IP * http://www.ncf.ca/~ag221/dosppp.html



Re: 1nol login

2000-08-12 Thread Thomas Mueller

DNS#1 204.178.185.5
DNS#2 204.178.185.105

smtp: mail1.1nol.com
pop:  mail1.1nol.com  user: "user"  password: "password"


What I posted on this list from a text-file download agrees with the DNS #s, but
the SMTP  POP3 server were both mail.1nol.com.  Did they insert another 1?

http://www.1nol.com/ now redirects to http://1nol.myway.com
The old page is still at http://www.1nol.com/central/
How long these turkeys will last is anyone's guess.
(My freewwweb ppp is still working)


I noticed the redirection, but apparently 1nol.myway.com looked for my user
agent and directed me to download MSIE or Netscape.  I didn't know about
http://www.1nol.com/central/, and apparently the people at 
http://accessmasters.com/dos.html didn't know either.  I need to try that
"central" page.

My FreeWWWeb was working as of my last try (one week ago?), though I avoid using
their mail and news servers because of inaccessibility.  I wouldn't want anybody
to send anything important to my [EMAIL PROTECTED] because I would most
likely not able to get it.



Re: 1nol login

2000-08-10 Thread Thomas Mueller

 I can dial up the local 1nol access number without any problem but am
experiencing an "invalid loging" message when when trying to login.

The e-mail address that I used in signing up to 1nol was:
"[EMAIL PROTECTED]".
 
They emailed back that I was successfully registered and they had my
password correct.

After dialing in, using the terminal entry mode, I type in 
"leetnc@1nol" for my user name and
"passwordxms" for the password, i.e. password with "xms" appended.

All entries are lower case which corresponds to my verified registration
e-mail.

I always get the invalid login message.

Anyone else experiencing that problem?

I did my registration from Arachne one night while on FreeWWWeb (now
Juno). Did not really keep any notes on exactly how I was able to 
accomplish that!

-Norm Leet
[EMAIL PROTECTED]


Do you use the same user name with 1nol as with dma.org?

Or could they be plugging the loophole that allows users access with users' own
software?  I couldn't even get info from their web site.

I tried to access http://www.1nol.com and http://accessmasters.com/dos.html
using OS/2 Lynx and was diverted to a page offering downloads of Netscape 
MSIE.  Maybe I need to fudge the user agent?  Or try Warpzilla (OS/2 Warp port
of open-source Mozilla, http://www.mozilla.org/ports/os2)?  I haven't reached
1nol signup page yet.




Re: 1nol login

2000-08-10 Thread Howard Eisenberger

"Thomas Mueller" [EMAIL PROTECTED]

 After dialing in, using the terminal entry mode, I type in
 "leetnc@1nol" for my user name and
 "passwordxms" for the password, i.e. password with "xms" appended.

 I always get the invalid login message.

That it is method that works with my local dialup (popsite).

DNS#1 204.178.185.5
DNS#2 204.178.185.105

smtp: mail1.1nol.com
pop:  mail1.1nol.com  user: "user"  password: "password"
  ^
 I haven't reached 1nol signup page yet.

http://www.1nol.com/ now redirects to http://1nol.myway.com
The old page is still at http://www.1nol.com/central/
How long these turkeys will last is anyone's guess.
(My freewwweb ppp is still working)

Howard Eisenberger
Ottawa, Canada

-- 
DOS TCP/IP * http://www.ncf.ca/~ag221/dosppp.html



Re: 1nol login

2000-08-10 Thread Dale Mentzer

On 10 Aug 00 at 18:57, Howard Eisenberger wrote:

(My freewwweb ppp is still working)

Mine too, with crossed fingers.

Regards,
Dale Mentzer

I'm just working here till a good fast-food job opens up.


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