Posted by rustybrick in Yahoo! Publisher Network at September 8, 2006 7:18 AM | Comments ...

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I wanted to let you know that we have confirmed that certain ISPs have
been intermittently unable to access the domain that serves Yahoo! ads
on your site. We are currently working with the affected ISPs to fix
this problem. Feel free to contact customer support if you are
experiencing this issue.

We expect to resolve the issue shortly and appreciate your patience.


Hope they fix it soon. Also, Brett, can you change her name to
YahooSarah? :)

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Posted by  rustybrick in Yahoo! Publisher Network at September 8, 2006
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