'thanks.com' is a _real_ domain. Using somebody else's domain-name _without_
their permission, is a _bad_ idea.
The top-level domain '.invalid' is reserved expressly for this purpose.
Anything under it is guaranteed never to be a 'real' domain.
It also tells folks, immediately, that there's no point in trying to send
mail to that address.
May I suggest using something like " email@example.com" ?
On Sun, 16 May 2004 19:57:04 +0000, firstname.lastname@example.org
(Robert Bonomi) wrote:
yeah, I went and checked. there's a placeholder there for thanks.com.
I *really* doubt that there is a mail server recieving any mail at
thanks.com addresses. maybe in a year or so I'll go look again. if it
looks like there could actually be somebody at email@example.com I'll
consider changing it. betcha it never happens, though.
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