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RoadRunner Opens New Feedback Loop to Public, Closing Old FBL Service

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RoadRunner has announced today that their new Feedback Loop (FBL) system is now open to the public.

In an announcement sent out today, RoadRunner said that their “long-promised new Feedback Loop
is now online and accepting enrollment applications.”

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RoadRunner went on to explain that even if you are currently enrolled in their previous Feedback Loop iteration, you will need to re-enroll in the new one.

And you need to do it fast, because their current Feedback Loop system is going to go away at the end of just next month (on April 30th, 2009).

Of switching over, they also say that “During the transition phase, you may get FBL reports from both our legacy Feedback Loop and our new one; we will work with our FBL hosting partner to attempt to minimize these duplicates.”

But don’t be fooled by that; again, their current (legacy) Feedback Loop service will cease on April 30th.

You can sign up for the new RoadRunner feedback loop at:

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This article originally written on March 16, 2009, and is as relevant now as when it was first written.