Re: More Form Mail Replies - OT
- From: Mike Barnard <m.barnard.trousers@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sun, 06 Apr 2008 23:44:38 +0100
On Sun, 06 Apr 2008 16:24:52 -0700, Blinky the Shark
Mike Barnard wrote:
On Thu, 3 Apr 2008 04:59:27 +0000 (UTC), Neredbojias
On 02 Apr 2008, John Hosking <John@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Here's some more interesting replies to the form mail thing with my
==Here's a test just as you asked. I get so little chance to return
help given. Think this makes up for the last month of "How do I"?
==From: m.barnard@[actual unmunged email address].uk
Neredbojias, you said you weren't going to use what was typed in the
From: field, but here you've gone and posted the fellow's e-mail
address to Usenet. I hope Mike doesn't mind, but I think it's either
rude or carelss of you. Either way, I suggest you take more care in
Damn, I edited it in his first message and missed the second. Sorry,
Easily done. I've about 200 email address' to choose from and I used my
Holy crap on a stick. That's a lot of addresses. :)
I wonder how many the average Joe or Jane in her might have.
Blinky - probably 20 at most. Most I rarely use.
Well, as I own a domain, well, two now, every time I register with a
website or go somewhere that wants an address, I make a new one. If
your imaginary website "i-site.com" wanted me to give an email address
to register then it would be i-site@xxxxxxxxxxxxx Then, if I get spam
I can be reasonably sure where the address was harvested. I can delete
the address if it get's bothersome without much bother. This way I've
built up loads of addresses. Most never get much use.
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