On Wed, Oct 17, 2001 at 11:36:11AM +0100, Kathryn Cassidy wrote:
> It was this fsckwit. I'm more used to typing ilug at linux.ie than
> ilug at hellbunnie dot org.
Oh Kathryn - for shame !
> Nobody would have got two copies of webdev mails if someone hadn't
> replied to the damned thing, and that wasn't me. I realised what I'd
> done as soon as I did it and ignored the please confirm mail.
Fair enough - you were bad but the confirmer was worse. Kathryn fessed up -
join her and take your humiliation like a woman, as K did.
> Of course, I thought the reply to that mail would have to come from the
> address you were signing up, which would make it difficult for
> someone else to accidentally reply and thus activate the account. I
> was obviously wrong.
Yes, that would seem reasonable.
I suppose we'll have to forgive you :-)
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