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- Captain Atari
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- Location: York, UK
Was searching for some of the 'odder' looking domains that spammers use and, thankfully, the lovely people at Stop Forum Spam have got a nice long list that I could copy & paste into our "ban emails" list http://www.stopforumspam.com/spamdomainsandips
Apologies if you're a member here but your domain is on the death-list above .. although in theory, if you're a proper Atarian, what are you doing using a well-known spammer's domain as your contact email address?
Hopefully this should also stop the deluge of inactive users for a bit .. until they hack other domains!
Having sold 99.9% of my 1300+ collection of originals, I'm taking a bit of a back seat on the forum. I'll still do the front-of-house admin tasks as and when they're required but, for now, I'm enjoying my Xbox 360 time too much
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- Location: Heaton Chapel (UK)
not being able to register when you only have yahoo or gmail email account is quite a nuisance, so I used another email domain I never open. Another nuisance was I wasn't allowed to change back to my current email account [@yahoo.fr] once I confirmed, logged in and proved I wasn't a spammer
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