Re: Thunderbird Version query.
- Date: Sun, 25 Jun 2017 16:41:38 +0100
- From: "David B." <DavidB@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Thunderbird Version query.
On 25-Jun-17 4:30 PM, WaltS48 wrote:
On 6/25/17 11:13 AM, David B. wrote:
On 25-Jun-17 3:42 PM, David E. Ross wrote:
On 6/25/2017 3:42 AM, David B. wrote:
May I ask your opinion on the code I discovered on a web site a while
ago? There are what *I* consider to be SPAM links, towards the
the page - the site has now, supposedly, been taken down. I've tried to
discover WHO put the links on the site .... and WHY! First, here's the
Sorry, but I do not evaluate code.
OK. I thought you might undersand it better than most folk!
What about this instead? Why the web tracker, shown here?
The site has, supposedly, been taken down.
What does this have to do with Thunderbird support?
Only that I use Thunderbird to read the Usenet posts.
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