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Old 7th September 2019
J65nko J65nko is offline
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Default "Contact Us" problem/user registration

During the last month we have been receiving about 10 porn related spam messages per day through the "Contact Us".

Because some idiots used this to send us spam, Google/Gmail now in all his wisdom has decided to not relay/accept all mail sent by the Daemonforums.org php script that sends "Contact Us" mail to our Gmail account.

As a temporary solution I changed the "Contact Us" link to a "mailto:" link.
Now the the person, wanting to contact us, has to use his own mail program to send us a message. That is the good news.

The bad news is that a "mailto:" link does not work in the Chrome browser by default.

Our apologies for the inconvenience. I will have to go through all bounced emails to answer the user registrations requests.
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