thanks walgreens for the coupons and complimentary phishing attempts…. if not stolen then all confidence LOST in your online pharmacy services… fortunately I do not believe in using such “convenient” tools.. imagine the fun
example phishing email sent to DEA exclusively provided to walgreens
Walgreens took great care to guard their privacy feedback email: CdnPrivacyOfficer@Ipsos-na.com
Yahoo webmail is less than useful. It will no longer allow me to reply as-from the AddressGuard address to which email is sent. (pick Address Guard address in “from” drop down in compose reply pane). Attempt to send, correctly solve feckless captcha
and then this additional nonsense….
If you think that you received this message in error, or are receiving it persistently, please read this FAQ for more information and to request Customer Care assistance.
We apologize for the inconvenience.
I don’t want an apology. I want to be able to send as from the yahoo disposable email address I created…. as I have been able to do since the addition of AddressGuard, and before that with other email addresses or free disposable email address services like spamgourmet.org or spambox.us.
circumventing requires picking primary yahoo address in From drop down. yeah, that’s not going to happen — yahoo has defeated the entire value of yahoo AddressGuard. (yahoo inflicts similar hassle when composing new email to friends, family, or cowordkers using from-as AddressGuard or from-as another Disposable Email Address). no send joy
Why prompt for “from” information in new disposable email address creation pane?
with email@example.com confidently signup to receive that one coupon you want without offering up your account to be raped. Get what you want.. when the spam started simply deleted the AddressGuard overlay (forwarding) address.
Sure, it’s NOWHERE near as awesome as TMDA… but it was once a flawless integration of DEA with email provider. Gmail’s (not new) plus addressing or dot placement is a joke by comparison.
“You can create disposable addresses to use whenever you don’t want to share your real Yahoo! Mail address,” or so yahoo claims
captcha within the webmail interface will not significantly reduce spam.. duh? hello, yahoo? Please stop tormenting the innocent like unconstitutional anti-self-defense fascist laws