Posted by Oxymo Ron, a resident of another community, on Jan 29, 2008 at 7:18 am
Thank you, neighbors,
It is nice to know that there is more than one Hal Bailey as if one Hal Bailey wasn't more than enough. Your Hal Bailey is so very well done in sounding like Hal Bailey and enjoying subjects that were previously a concern of Hal Bailey.
Should I assume that Hal in this case is short for Helen and not the opposite of heaven? Is your discovery that a ZIP Code does not establish community your Hal's cause? Is there some public commentary that needs more than one Hal?
Posted by Hal Bailey, a resident of another community, on Jan 30, 2008 at 7:59 am
Unauthorized network access has been resolved and all CDSI access is safely firewalled. I invite you to continue your exchange of private, neighbor-to-neighbor communication on global, national and regional subjects. Please do not include discussion of incorporation or other formation for Alamo California.
CDSI Information Address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Many neighbors in towns named Alamo and Poplar throughout North America, including Alamo California, are enjoying this Town Square Forum. Please consider posting your thoughts, ideas, concerns and issues on this Forum for all neighbors to consider.
Posted by Iron Horse neighbors, a resident of another community, on Jan 31, 2008 at 10:07 am
Posted by request of authors
Several neighbors throughout Alamo have experienced unauthorized access to their mail accounts and use of those mail accounts to distribute messages to the contact lists contained in the accounts. Most neighbors have discovered and remedied the unauthorized access and use of their accounts.
Certain e-mail addresses within the contact lists of accounts accessed have been distributed regionally as contact addresses for Alamo neighborhood groups. If you are receiving e-mail addressed to neighborhoods by individuals or groups unknown to you, simply mark them as spam. If you are not using a secondary e-mail account at Yahoo, Hotmail, etc. you should consider such an account for your protection.
AS you consider changing or creating a new e-mail account, refer to Yahoo mail for instructions in protection of your identity.
Posted by Iron Horse neighbors, a resident of another community, on Feb 4, 2008 at 2:55 pm
AVG Free Edition - anti-virus and anti-spy protection
AVG offers protection for your computer and Yahoo home page offers access to the internet explorer "delete browsing history" under tools. With continuing attempts to access computers, you should consider keeping your computer free of cookies and other monitoring implanted in your computer.
Click on Tools in your Yahoo toolbar, click Delete Browsing History, click on Delete All.