Re: Symantec won't allow using SpamCop e-mail addresses
me at privacy.net
Sun May 2 10:26:44 EDT 2004
"Pete Stephenson" <pete at heypete.com> wrote in message
news:pete-1B490B.18244601052004 at news.cesmail.net...
| In article <4093D2CF.3D80FAF1 at bestweb.net>,
| Kenneth Brody <kenbrody at bestweb.net> wrote:
| > I went to download a trial version of Norton Antivirus from Symantec's
| > website. They require an e-mail address to send the download
| > to. Upon entering a spamcop.net address, I received the following
| Why not use http://www.grisoft.com/ 's AVG software?
| It's simple, easy, and they offer a totally free version (with no tech
| support). The pay-for version is only $35, as opposed to Symantec's
| price (which I recall is quite a bit more).
| I've installed it on countless Windows machines, and it works most
| excellently. The free version requires an email address to send an
| activation code, but in the year or so that I've had it installed on
| friend's Windows machines (and using a tagged address for one of them),
| they've not received a single piece of mail other than the one-time
| registration code.
Is there a version or something else available for the Mac OS ?
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