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when will verizon allow wildcard (*) in sender or domain blocking?

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@10-K wrote:

when will verizon allow wildcard (*) in sender or domain blocking?



Looks like AOL.com allows them.  At least the rule can be defined.  Since everyone will eventually have their email migrated to AOL.COM  that is the answer to this question. 

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everyone?  I was told by a verizon phone support agent (manager level so he says) that not everyone is moving to AOL.  Only those in TX, FL and CA.  I actually believe you more than him...but that's what I was told by a Verizon rep

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EVERYONE.  The servers are already moved.  See traceroutes to smtp.verizon.net.   The switches for the Webmail interface will occur, just sometime after the first three states which were accelarated because fo the Frontier sale.

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