|Subject:||Re: [TowerTalk] email@example.com|
|From:||"Rick Bullon" <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Sat, 15 Jan 2005 04:03:09 +0000|
<<"The only practical solution is for the list administrator to unsubscribe every known e-mail forwarding address and restrict future subscriptions from those addresses.">>
Years ago the computer hobbyist websites who host online BBS's quit accepting aliased or Hotmail/Yahoo addy's for registration purposes. It's cleaner and also allows the admin to trace any problems back to the real domain and user.
R. Kevin Stover, ACØH
Well I use a hotmail account for my email list and I have never had a problem or caused one that I know of. Also I have never gotten a bounced message from email@example.com and I don't get attacked by worms or viruses either, because I never download the messages to my computer I read them on the Hotmail sever.
Now I will admit that there are people who use these web based email address for bad purposes but they do have there good uses.
just my 2 cents
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