The company said it is seeking to make it "crystal clear" that nonprofit groups would have all their e-mails delivered, including images and working Web links, contrary to what advocacy groups had charged in recent media reports.
"There will be no requirement, ever, for not-for-profits who deliver e-mail to AOL members to pay for e-mail certification and delivery," said Charles Stiles, AOL's postmaster.
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