I would say that nobody using a dial-up account would have any idea why you would want this feature, and if they did, they certainly would know enough not to actually use it because of the slow connection speeds. As far as broadband ISPs complaining about you bandwidth useage... I can't see why they would complain... they make more money if you go over your limit. Besides, it's not like a ton of people would use a .Mac account as a commercial web host.<br><br><br>[color:red]What? I don't understand. What?</font color=red>
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