If you ever have trouble receiving the GATA Dispatch

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9:40p ET Sunday, July 27, 2008

Dear Friend of GATA and Gold:

Please pardon the distraction of a few technical issues.

Larger e-mail providers, such as Yahoo.com and BellSouth.net, lately seem to be blocking or grossly delaying GATA Dispatches as spam, junk mail, though no address can be added to our e-mail list without receipt of a confirmation e-mail from that address and though every GATA Dispatch carries, at the bottom, a mechanism for removing one's e-mail address from the list.

It is nearly impossible to obtain ordinary customer service from such e-mail service providers. But if you enroll on the GATA Dispatch list and you don't start receiving Dispatches within a day or two, or if Dispatches abruptly cease or become very infrequent, you still have a few options.

First, you can check your e-mail address' spam or junk mail folder to see if GATA Dispatches are being diverted there. If they are, you may be able to have them rerouted to your regular inbox by entering into your e-mail address book the address from which GATA Dispatches originate:

gata@lists.gata.org

With some e-mail service providers, entering into your address book the originating address of the mass mailer signifies that the mail in question is desired and speeds the mail past the spam filter.

If that doesn't work, you can check the GATA Dispatch archive as often as you'd like:

http://www.gata.org/taxonomy/term/2

All Dispatches are posted there a moment before they are e-mailed to subscribers.

Or, of course, you can open an e-mail address at another e-mail service provider and subscribe from there. Among the larger e-mail service providers that do not yet seem to be blocking or grossly delaying GATA Dispatches is Gmail.com (Google mail).

You can both subscribe to GATA Dispatches and change your address on the Dispatch list using the mechanism in the right column at www.GATA.org, under the heading "Join Mailing List."

If there's still a problem and you can't solve it and you think it's at GATA's end, you can e-mail your secretary/treasurer at CPowell@GATA.org and I'll see what I can do, even if it's unlikely to be more than what is suggested above.

But then nothing is likely to easy in the struggle against all the money and power in the world!

CHRIS POWELL, Secretary/Treasurer
Gold Anti-Trust Action Committee Inc.

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