Question about Computers & Internet
I accidentally blocked a site that I really still want to receive. I thought there should just be an "unblock" option, too, but I'm realizing it's not that easy. I wish they'd at least asked, "Are you sure?" (If I still had kids at home, I'd probably know more about that!) Is there an EASY way to do this for a 61-year-old grandma? The site is firstname.lastname@example.org.
the site that you are pertaining maam is not a valid website but an email address.
if you want to send an email to that link then you can unblock it using you email application on the contacts.
Posted on Oct 29, 2008
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