Re: Funny PW verfification at sign-in page? Long, but Message is
short - rest is "proof"
nobody at spamcop.net
Mon Apr 5 17:14:41 EDT 2004
Pop Rivet (nobody at spamcop.net) wrote in
news:c4rql4$qvb$1 at news.spamcop.net:
> <a onclick="return !confirm('WARNING - do not send email or you will
> be blacklisted');"
> href="mailto:bait-42da16fa-4071609e at good.julianhaight.com"
> ><font color="white"> </font></a>
> <a href="mailto:jane42 at mail.julianhaight.com"><font
> <a href="mailto:mfcrunchy at betamail.att.net"><font
Oops - that's three spamtraps down the drain ...
Sorry I don't have a more constructive comment, but I couldn't help
noticing! I was actually looking for *your* email/account in there :)
Your "secret code" is also in there (in several locations) - no longer
secret now. I guess you should sign up for a new account.
About the actual problem: it seems that the only option given is to
"confirm" the (abandoned) email address is correct, but no way to say it
isn't. Apart from why this happens at all (this email address coming up)
- that's a logical design flaw. (Bug in beta mailhosts?)
Marjolein Katsma - Amsterdam, NL - http://hshelp.com/
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