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Started by Pina, March 22, 2017, 12:47:43 pm
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QuoteA few minutes ago I replied to the member's insulting PMs I will show here,if the member doesn't apologize !
Quote from: Judith on March 22, 2017, 03:05:30 pm Pina wrote "When Stitcher's Guild Reloaded started one could see the sender's private email address in a PM - not anymore !"I would not want my email address to be visible - would prefer to keep any private conversations with other members on the PM site.Judith
Quote from: Pina on March 22, 2017, 10:51:54 pmThanks,Rene !I tried several times - now my email isn't visible.
Quote from: DragonLady on March 23, 2017, 02:17:01 amAs to the drama today:Pina, as far as I can tell, the email you received did not come through the SG forum, or from anywhere else on this site. It was sent from another website, or through a private email client.
QuoteOn Sunday I received an email from a Stitcher's Guild member with her first and surname under a link in the email . I opened it and wondered why the member sent me an article by Stephen William Hawking. After I replied to the member's email - it was returned
Quote from: Pina on March 27, 2017, 02:26:51 pmA couple of minutes ago I received another email supposedly from a very dear to me! SG member. This time I happen to know the email address in that email is not my dear SG member's email address !As soon as let my dear friend know that someone else is faking her name I will delete the email. And - I don't have to use a SG PM to inform my friend that someone else is using her name. I also know that Yahoo had more than one security problems in the past. I have no idea if other email providers had or have security problems. My reason for posting here to let other SG members know it is important to change passwords.
Quote from: DragonLady on March 27, 2017, 02:54:16 pm(sigh)The right name, but the wrong email address?Sounds like a computer system trying thousands of different combinations in the hopes someone will helpfully provide them with the right information.
QuoteSounds like a computer system trying thousands of different combinations in the hopes someone will helpfully provide them with the right information.
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