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My experience

April 18 2005 at 2:32 PM
simon king  (no login)
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Like many others, I have not received a verification e-mail - I wnt into my account and have asked for an e-mail verification 3 or 4 times - easch time nothing

So - see above - i wondered if it was down to the ISP regarding N54 traffic as spam and was automatically deleting it prior to it landing in my e-mail box

So I changed the e-mail address used to a different a/c re-requested verification - to the different a/c - and hey presto a verification e-mail arrived. I clicked on the link..... and then got the verificaction failed due to multiple N54 a/cs message.Any ideas????

Well done ML team - you've really thrown the baby out with the bath water - it seems many won't be able to verify because of their ISP

I reaching the stage where I just can't be arsed to mess around any more - I suspect there will be many like me!


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  1. Finally! - simon king on Apr 18, 2005, 2:48 PM

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