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Anyone setting up a hotmail, or other free e-mail account, expire your cookies. To do this, begin to post a response. At the bottom is the Expire your cookies option. This will let you fill in the return address with each post, or add a new cookie later ( the option is on here somewhere). I suggested that Melissa use a hotmail addy on the forum, as her e-mail is out here 24/7.
Hotmail is still free. It keeps your internet service providers server name out of the picture. They limit your total account size, in various folders, and in individual e-mails. You will get spam it seems. (I think they have computer programs that spit out sequential, random addresses.) just delete the unkown e-mails, and still use good common sense - don't open attachments ( even from friends when not prediscussed ) from strangers.
If you sign up, many names you will attempt to get will be taken. Keep trying. Some variation will be available. Like for example 1949_moopups, moopups_1949, or surely 1949_moopups_1949 might fly (if it isn't too long). Keep trying, and get one that resembles part of your name or what you are known by here.
I have never gotten a virus (no promises tho'). Lately I haven't even been using my hotmail addy, in favor of Dew drops, as there has been so much mishief going on here.
-- Rick (Dew@drop.com), November 30, 2001
Rick, out of curoisity, why was my scren name and that year chosen as your example??
-- mitch hearn (email@example.com), November 30, 2001.
Mitch I used you as an example because you are well known on the forum. I chose the year as something that might be close to your birth year, but I have no idea how close.
-- rick (firstname.lastname@example.org), November 30, 2001.
Inserting a cookie is shown as an option after one clicks submit (a new post).
-- Rick (Rick_122@hotmail.com), November 30, 2001.