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[Jan. 7] On January 4, the CPCUG Board voted to cancel its troubled ISP contract based on repeated service failures and dismal communication efforts by the ISP. The board members felt that Millken was providing a disservice both to our membership and to the organization. This termination should be effective February 1, 2006. Absent further failures by Millkern, this should not affect services until that time.
The Board also directed the Internet Service Committee to choose among the 10 or so hosting options developed by Dennis Courtney, all of which will provide
It appears these services will be available – with enterprise reliability, tech support and real backup – for an unlimited number of accounts.
Yet to be resolved is whether we will provide
Not provided by this new arrangement is internet access, such as local dialup or broadband. Many members already have non-Millkern access. None of the planned arrangements prevent customers with prepaid services from continuing with Millkern, if it recovers. Though CPCUG has made a demand on your behalf that prepaid service monies be refunded, it is too soon to know how or whether this will occur.
Key to the rebuilding of our new website is a volunteer to succeed webmaster Larry McGoldrick, who has all our thanks for long service to date. If you’d like to be in on the web side of the new project, let me know at email@example.com.
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Online Survey Extended Again
The survey will continue through January 31, 2006, so ignore the closure date in the January Monitor.
Millkern may be offering services for the month of February without charge, if my personal January renewal reflects ISP policy generally.
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