Contact POP'COMM via the Internet

Contact POP'COMM via the Internet

Post by POPCO » Thu, 30 Mar 1995 14:25:35

You now can reach POPULAR COMMUNICATIONS magazine's writers and editors

This e-mail address also can assist you with your subscription problems,
back issues, advertising, etc.

We welcome your input for our columns!

73,
Chuck Gysi, N2DUP

Popular Communications online representative
CQ Communications Inc.
76 N. Broadway
Hicksville NY 11801-2909
(516) 681-2922 voice / (516) 681-2926 fax

 
 
 

Contact POP'COMM via the Internet

Post by POPCO » Sat, 01 Apr 1995 04:00:00


>You now can reach POPULAR COMMUNICATIONS magazine's writers and editors

>This e-mail address also can assist you with your subscription problems,
>back issues, advertising, etc.

>We welcome your input for our columns!

<snip>


Quote:>>>>Chuck:
>>>>Since YOU use that account, does that mean that the mail will be
censored by
>>>>you (before it gets forwarded)?
>>>>-Mike Baranowski

Mike,

I don't understand your concern.  But, in any event, all mail received
that is intended for specific editors or columnists is delivered to the
intended party in the same fashion that it arrives in.  I make NO changes
to anything sent to the attention of a specific editor or writer (or
another of our departments, such as circulation or advertising).

If the e-mail received doesn't tell me who it is intended for, I use my
best judgment depending on the content and see that it goes to one of our
editors or columnists.

If there has been a problem, I am not aware of it, and I'd appreciate you
telling me about it.

73,
Chuck Gysi, N2DUP

Popular Communications online representative
CQ Communications Inc.
76 N. Broadway
Hicksville NY 11801-2909
(516) 681-2922 voice / (516) 681-2926 fax

 
 
 

Contact POP'COMM via the Internet

Post by john d » Sat, 01 Apr 1995 04:00:00


>You now can reach POPULAR COMMUNICATIONS magazine's writers and editors

>This e-mail address also can assist you with your subscription problems,
>back issues, advertising, etc.

>We welcome your input for our columns!

<snip>

Chuck:

Since YOU use that account, does that mean that the mail will be censored by
you (before it gets forwarded)?

-Mike Baranowski