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    So I went to retrieve my password for the Sci-Fi site (since I haven't bothered to change it from the random letters and numbers). I then received an e-mail from none@none.com with my password. I just found it amusing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LightPhoenix
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    So I went to retrieve my password for the Sci-Fi site (since I haven't bothered to change it from the random letters and numbers). I then received an e-mail from none@none.com with my password. I just found it amusing.
    That's PostNuke's default master admin address. The Sci Fi admins are still picking straws to determine who's account gets all the crash notices :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by Michael_Morris
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    That's PostNuke's default master admin address. The Sci Fi admins are still picking straws to determine who's account gets all the crash notices :P
    Meanwhile, the poor person who really does have that address gets all the bounces. (Not that he or she doesn't already get a boatload of junk email from people signing up for other stuff with that address, I'm sure.)

    Tsk.

    <pedantic>

    If anyone cares, the canonical way to construct a non-existant email address is to use the top level domain ".invalid" (e.g. "whatever@whatever.invalid"), though the domains ".test", ".example", ".example.com", ".example.net", and ".example.org" are all also reserved and can be safely used for this purpose.

    see RFC 2606

    </pedantic>

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    We didn't write the program.


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