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Anonymous or Not, We Still Need To Occasionally Communicate

Postby Dave Jensen » Sun Feb 17, 2008 3:10 pm

It\'s frustrating when email addresses used for the sign-up on this forum have expired, and there is no way to get ahold of that poster any longer. As an FYI, future recommendations for this site will include deletion of accounts when the email address disappears. There are so many anonymous email accounts available that it is just not possible that a person wouldn\'t have one because of their desire for anonymity. There are also services like Mailinator.com, in which you totally don\'t even need to sign up. But -- please guys, keep a working email associated with this site for that rare time when the moderator needs to be in touch with you regarding one of your posts or a communication request from another party. (E, I am still trying to reach you).

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