For local folks: I need to buy a used table somewhere. I've tried Peters, TROSA, and Pennies for Change. Next up: Salvation Army and Goodwill, if I can get there when they're open. I'd like something kinda like a sideboard -- narrowish and long, at counter height. Any suggestions?
For mostly non-local folks: If any of you were in that APA with me and have a copy of the "Official Sherry Schedule" that you can easily get to and photocopy, can you make me a copy? Mine has become misplaced. I know I have another copy, but it's in storage, and not going to see daylight for a while. I no longer have the original. :(
Any system that includes an SMTP server supporting mail relaying or delivery MUST support the reserved mailbox "postmaster" as a case- insensitive local name. [...] The requirement to accept mail for postmaster implies that RCPT commands which specify a mailbox for postmaster at any of the domains for which the SMTP server provides mail service, as well as the special case of "RCPT TO:" (with no domain specification), MUST be supported.
SMTP systems are expected to make every reasonable effort to accept mail directed to Postmaster from any other system on the Internet.
Some fuckers thing it's funny to forge copies of UNC's Webmail entry page and, I assume, steal login (Onyen) and password information they then use, again I assume, to break in and send spam as the user whose password was phished. This makes my life hell.
List of forgeries (don't use these other than looking at them):
I've found others that have already seem to be taken down. Good. For the ones that haven't -- like the ones above -- I'd like to encourage reporting them as forgeries:
Mozilla Firefox: "help" -> "report web forgery" -> pass CAPTCHA check and explain why it's a forgery.
Google Chrome: "Control the current page" icon [looks like a small piece of
paper, 2nd from right at level of address bar] -> "report bug or
broken website" -> change bug type to "Pfishing page" -> Click "open
Phishing Report" -> pass CAPTCHA check and add note if desired.
Opera: while viewing forged/phishing page, hit "alt" and "enter" at the same time, then fill out the form.
Now back to throwing away spam and getting user accounts deactivated. What a great way to spend Easter weekend. :(
edit: Progress: 2 3 of the 3 above now show up as forgeries via Firefox and Chrome. Woo-hoo! And if anyone knows how to report forgeries in any other fashion, let me know. Also let me know of other forgeries; I'll list and report them too.