Akamai wierdness

JC Dill jcdill.lists at gmail.com
Mon Mar 23 21:03:28 UTC 2009

Paul Wall wrote:
> Patrick Gilmore wrote [context inserted]:
>> Perhaps using the RFC required address [noc at akamai] would be more
> productive than e-mailing 10k strangers?
> Normally I see emails like this and, if it's Not In My Back Yard, and the
> Internet is not going nutz, the delete key explains how worried i am.
> Back to your email:
>> using the RFC required address
> The correct catty response to the Akamai question is : ccare at akamai.com.
>  That's C as in "Customer", Care as in "they actually care".
> I would end the email there, but it really gets me how someone that is
> in-house doesn't realize that noc at akamai is a black hole.

Paul, you might want to test a theory of this nature before you post 
about it to more than a thousand of your colleagues.  This morning I 
sent email to noc at akamai.com and received a personalized 
(non-autoresponder) reply 17 minutes later.


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