A-EON Website registration

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How could I forget to look in the spam folder. How embarrassing to forget it. :oops:
Everything works and is logged on to A-EON with no problems and downloaded the drivers and others.
Thank you and sorry I forgot to look in the spam folder.
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Hm, nothing anywhere.
Over a week now, should I try again or wait for further notice here?
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I too have tried to register and had no response. The first time about 2 or 3 weeks ago and again last Friday 13th. Both times using FireFox on a PC.
There is nothing in any spam/ junk folders.

Will try again today using OWB on my X1000 and will double check the serial number on the mother board. I previously used the serial number from Amigakit's email when they sent out my X1000.
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I have found that my ISP auto filters emails and does'nt show them in my email client.
I have login to the web interface to see them, after 10 years, you can imagine all lost emails I have missed.
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Christopher Follett wrote:I have found that my ISP auto filters emails and does'nt show them in my email client.
I have login to the web interface to see them, after 10 years, you can imagine all lost emails I have missed.
Mine does the same (well, I can select and deselect it at will), but I subscribe to a daily mail with a listing what is in my server side spam folder, and in the web interface I can set how long the spam is kept before deletion. So if I spot something important in the daily spam listing, I can just go to the web interface and "un-spam" it and move it to my in folder, so I get it at the next fetch.

Check if yours offers something similar, it works really well for me. Mind you, my ISP (TDC) has a really good spam filter; it is actually quite rare to find any false positives I have to rescue, and even rarer to get spam which should have been caught.

FWIW, I just got my A-Eon registration mail today, and it wasn't in the spam folder.

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Christopher Follett wrote:I have found that my ISP auto filters emails and does'nt show them in my email client.
I have login to the web interface to see them, after 10 years, you can imagine all lost emails I have missed.
That would explain a lot.

Many people have been complaining that AmigaKit is not responding to them. Perhaps this is all due to an overaggressive spam filter at your ISP.

I had a similar problem with my ISP earlier this year. The ISP has been turning up the knob on the filter to save themselves from spam but at the expense of legit emails disappearing.

You might want to post a "Sorry" message on AmigaKit's web site if this is the case...
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ssolie wrote:
Christopher Follett wrote:I have found that my ISP auto filters emails and does'nt show them in my email client.
I have login to the web interface to see them, after 10 years, you can imagine all lost emails I have missed.
That would explain a lot.

Many people have been complaining that AmigaKit is not responding to them. Perhaps this is all due to an overaggressive spam filter at your ISP.

I had a similar problem with my ISP earlier this year. The ISP has been turning up the knob on the filter to save themselves from spam but at the expense of legit emails disappearing.

You might want to post a "Sorry" message on AmigaKit's web site if this is the case...
I have witnessed amigakit email 6 emails to the same customer.
I mean once, fair enough, but six times. One must get through.


I had over 10,000 emails filtered. As soon as I saw them, I decided sod that, mass delete, ;).
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Christopher Follett wrote:I had over 10,000 emails filtered. As soon as I saw them, I decided sod that, mass delete, ;).
So should I resubmit my registration request then?
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Simon wrote:
Christopher Follett wrote:I had over 10,000 emails filtered. As soon as I saw them, I decided sod that, mass delete, ;).
So should I resubmit my registration request then?
Do you feel lucky? :mrgreen:
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ssolie wrote:
Simon wrote:
Christopher Follett wrote:I had over 10,000 emails filtered. As soon as I saw them, I decided sod that, mass delete, ;).
So should I resubmit my registration request then?
Do you feel lucky? :mrgreen:
Well, I've taken quite a few 'leaps of faith' throughout my Amiga owning years. Probably just like the majority of people here. ;)
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