Jack Ouzzi wrote:
> I had a similar problem with Norton Antivirus (spit) but thier attitude
> was.... tough.....
> Buy your own UK domain name for a few pounds per year, get unlimited
> e-mail addresses, then every time you post to an address prefix with
> the company name; firstname.lastname@example.org.
> If they start playing up, just redirect that e-mail address to your
> junk mail, or back to them, or back into cyberspace or whatever.
> ps I don't use ANY Norton products anymore.
This aggressive behaviour of companies is better avoided by giving them an
E-mail address with a boxtrapper. Then, only E-mails from an actual person
will be able to bubble through to your box.
Speaking of registering a domain, a relative of mine had redundant messages
from GoDaddy, with whom he registered several domains.
Roy S. Schestowitz