dnc.com Solitex Networks

In 2003, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission opened the National Do Not Call Registry, allowing people to opt out of telemarketing calls. With the new national registry and a plethora of state regulations, it was difficult for businesses to know which phone numbers they could or couldn't call, and violations were subject to stiff fines. DNC.com is a commercial web service that lets businesses upload customer contact information. The system automatically detects and "scrubs" telephone numbers in these lists against a variety of Do-Not-Call databases.

I created client and server-side code for the user interface of this website, including work on the customer signup, authentication, and billing systems. I also did a lot of backend work, including core development and extensions to the AOLserver platform, such as interfaces to POP3, MIME, and SMTP services.


TCL and AOLserver