I think the $2000 cost might run into some objections, though I personally dont have a problem with it. If you want to be in the .mail group and have your emails taken more seriously, then $2000 would seem like a bargain to me. I like the idea of the .mail domain, though it would not initially cut down any spam traffic, it would make it easier to get to the legimate/important messages first. As it would catch on (hopefully), and more and more folks went to the .mail domain, it would be even easier to seperate the good mail from the trash mail. (Embedded image moved to file: pic13458.jpg) The information contained in this electronic mail transmission is the property of the John H Harland Company. It is intended only for the use of the individual or entity named above and is privileged and confidential. Any other use, dissemination, distribution or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited. If you have received this communication in error please notify the sender immediately, delete it from your system and destroy any printouts and/or copies. This message and any attachments have been scanned by Symantec Anti-Virus prior to leaving the originator's network.