On 22-Apr-22 6:28 pm, Xeno wrote:
> On 19/4/2022 11:53 am, Sylvia Else wrote:
>> On 15-Apr-22 9:33 pm, Xeno wrote:
>>> On 15/4/2022 3:57 pm, Sylvia Else wrote:
>>> You may not have wanted to post that here...
>> Probably not. I wondered where it went.
>> I think that's the first time I've made that mistake.
>> It probably won't be the last.
> Unlike your bank account details, it probably isn't a lot of use to
> anyone other than you.
No - about the only thing someone could do with it was cancel my postal
vote, but I cancelled it myself for that reason and reinstated it to get
a different number.
> I find one method is to have two different mail
> programs, one purely for your main mail account sans usenet, another for
> usenet and suspect areas like website registrations. Best to ensure you
> also develop a system for mailing that involves a double check of the
> addressee. HTH ;-)
I think I'm really only vulnerable to this when using it to send a note
to myself. For any other email, I'll necessarily be thinking about who
it's being sent to.
Time will no doubt tell as to whether that's correct.