Question about Computers & Internet
I want to keep in touch with people who leave a comment on my Word Press blog, HomeCareSurvival.com/blog. When Word Press advises me that a comment has been made, I copy and paste the email address and send them a thank you response. I then get a notice that my email cannot be sent because the address does not exist. Why does this happen?
This is possibly because the person leaving the comment is spamming and so uses a false/non-existant address.
To ensure the user has a valid address, set the comments to require the person to register on the site (validate their e-mail address), then login and leave a comment.
Posted on Aug 03, 2010
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