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PWN'd by ImageLinkUSA.Net

05/23/07

  07:06:36 am, by The Dreamer   , 161 words  
Categories: General

PWN'd by ImageLinkUSA.Net

Link: http://www.imagelinkusa.net

If you are wondering what has happened to my other site -- www.lhaven.net. Without any warning, explanation or contact ImageLinkUSA.Net has suspended by account because they claim that I've been using their webmail to do phishing.

I don't know where their webmail is, and have no desire to use it. I only use POP3. Can't even use the SMTP service, because both my ISPs block port 25.

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Now the downtime of my website isn't the end of the world to me....though people that use my site might disagree....its the email loss that bothers me the most. It was the whole reason I original got the domain, though the reason I switched to ImageLinkUSA.net was when I started using the web side more and more. Especially since I was using it to share my photos, and the company was founded by photographers....

I only just renewed my service for another year last month.

What will I do now? :??:

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Now instead of subjecting some poor random forum to a long rambling thought, I will try to consolidate those things into this blog where they can be more easily ignored profess to be collected thoughts from my mind.

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