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>> We don't want to be promoting any bad habits, especially in the Lounge!
Yes it makes scene and one should not. I would say it's not just applicable to what we write there are lots of fun coding which won't compile What do you say for that? and we can't blame peoples too you know sometimes they do drink and post their coding Later in the morning they realize Oh God did I really post such comments / code ?
Some websites are nice enough to send you an email for password resets, when you forget your password. These emails are randomly generated? (yeah right) While not the exact password I just received in an email from a well known message board that we all frequent I can imagine that it could be:
I gave up trying to use the font tag to properly illustrate my issue, however, lets just say, I's and L' and O and 0's tend to look identical and should be avoided.
I have to agree with this, I never type in those temporary passwords when I can copy and paste it faster, and then it wouldn't matter if the characters are even on my keyboard, throw in some obscure unicode symbols for all I care.
Usually I do, but some emails I get on my personal account email, and cannot sign on to my personal email account at work, and then do work on my work computer. Infragistics has my personal email, and only use infragisitics on my work computer. Don't like infragistics, and not about to pay for a licence.
I am thinking of writing an article about how to setup Zimbra mail server
That would be great. Over the years I've tried various mail servers (running on Windows servers) and for the life of me, I cannot understand how something so fundamentally simple can be made so complicated and with unintelligible documentation. Makes me want to write my own.