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davorg (18)

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Wednesday July 31, 2002
09:53 AM


[ #6798 ]

I have a hotmail account that I sometimes use in places where I don't want to expose my real email address to too many spam opportunities. I only check this address every few months.

I tried to check it just now, but it seems I've forgotten the password. No problem, I think, here's a handy "forgotten your password" link, I'll just click that and all will be well.

Bear in mind that I'm running Galeon 1.2.5 (which is Mozilla 1.0 in disguise) and you'll be as disappointed as I was when you see what that link lead to...

Microsoft® .NET Passport no longer supports the Web browser version you are using. Please upgrade to a current Web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer version 4.0 or later, or Netscape Navigator version 4.08 or later.

I thought that "no longer" was a nice touch :)

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