And as a last resort you can try my Hotmail address:
but I'm about ready to abandon that one because of the massive amount of spam that it receives.
I also recommend that you put "Hillcrest" somewhere in the Subject line of your message.
If you put
"húgÈ målë mèmßÊr"
or "UNIVERSITY DIPLOMAS" or "Order Viãgrä On-Line" in the Subject line,
I'll just delete your message along with all the other spam that goes to that address.
I don't like to post e-mail addresses on web pages, but if you really, really want someone
to be able to click on your name in your class e-mail list and send e-mail directly to you, I can make it happen.
Just send me an e-mail and tell me that you want a mailto (that's what it's called in HTML), but be warned:
Spammers get a lot of their e-mail addresses from programs affectionately called
spambots or spiderbots that crawl the web looking for
e-mail addresses on web pages.
I'll do my very best to protect your address like I protect mine, but nothing is perfect on the web.
I hate spam with a vengeance. Early in my Internet career I
used my incadrv e-mail address indiscriminately at numerous web sites.
As a result of my naivete, that address must have found its way onto one of those
"One Million E-Mail Addresses" CDs that the spammers use.
For a while I was getting a ton of messages daily
for multi-level marketing schemes, porn sites, bankruptcy advice, mortgages, viagra, and
"One Million E-Mail Addresses" CDs (how ironic!). I even started reporting all of the spam
That didn't seem to help, so I finally just gave up,
stopped checking my incadrv mail account, and got a new address,
but along the way I learned a few tricks for avoiding spam mailing lists.
#1 Never use your primary e-mail address
when you sign up for something on the Internet. Get a free address at a site such as
Juno, Hotmail, Yahoo, or Sneakemail.com. If a web site requires an address, use your free one.
(You might want to keep a list of where you have used it.)
If it starts getting too much junk mail,
abandon it and get another free address.
#2 Never sign up a friend for something on the Internet. Resist the temptation
to click on "E-Mail This to a Friend."
#3 Never reply to unsolicited e-mail even if it has an Unsubscribe link.
That justs confirms to the spammer that your address is good.
#4 Never forward a message that has already been forwarded a bunch of times
and has a gazillion e-mail addresses in the various headers.
The least you can do is copy and paste the pertinent part into a new message.
This won't remove all of the dinosaur tracks (the >>>>
marks inserted by
the other e-mail programs), but at least you can easily delete the addresses of all of the
Just my two cents worth.