myopera spam solution

MyOpera spam solution:

Immediate auto-ban for posting any comment that contains a Yahoo e-mail address.

Wonder if it would work?

5 responses to “myopera spam solution

  1. Might do. I'd have to be careful myself as I signed up with a yahoo email address in the first place.

  2. Originally posted by harrytheman:

    I'd have to be careful myself as I signed up with a yahoo email address in the first place.

    Yeah, and I have a couple that I can't ever imagine getting thrown in to the mix, but hey, ya never know. I dare say you'd probably like at least one of them very much, Dave.

  3. Originally posted by 0x29a:

    I dare say you'd probably like at least one of them very much, Dave

    You know I'm up for anything weird or humorous. :jester: In fact, I might seek out your help soon in refining some perversion I'm hoping to spring on somebody. 😀 Among friends, any e-mail address is OK, but it amazes me how many of my coworkers use weird addresses in the company directory. big_crawdaddy_b0b@aol.com, for example, is just not appropriate in a business setting, lol. We're all finally getting moved to company e-mail in a few weeks, so it will render that stuff irrelevant.

  4. Still see too many small businesses or self-employed people using an AOL, Yahoo or Hotmail address as the business contact. Sometimes written proudly on the side of a van. I mean, aren't we in 2012 now? How can people even think that's OK?

  5. Originally posted by SharkfinUK:

    Sometimes written proudly on the side of a van.

    That does make me flinch sometimes.Here's a strange business story:A long time ago I worked for a printing company. An order came in for a business for some letterhead, forms, the usual. Though our printing company was large, orders still sometimes came in written like scratch on torn paper bags and the like. That's how this one was with the inclusion of clip art of a piece of pipe for the business logo.It was a plumbing business with some name like Joe's, and everything ordered had "plumber" and "plumbing" spelled as "plummer" and "plumming" in shaky handwriting. We tossed it around the office for a few minutes deciding on whether to correct it, print as is, or call the guy and ask, "are you sure?" Nobody wanted to call because it was kind of embarrassing and could embarrass the customer, so I said, "correct it, print the damned thing, and ship it."Sure enough he called a few days later mad as hell that we screwed up his order. I changed everything back to what he wanted and reprinted for free.I started to wonder if he had that on his company vans, too.

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