Peter wrote: > Apologies for the off topic. > <tip> > If you use one of the IE5+ based wysiwyg HTML editors, you probably want to > parse the output and remove all crap. Especially if you paste from Word you > get lots of crap HTML. > </tip> > > Spam people are getting clever: > I got this email: > > "I just tried to visit your website at www.xmliseasy.com > and got the following error in my Internet Explorer: > Cannot find server or DNS Error > It's probably just some router or something on the Internet, but > thought you would like to know. > Dirk Faust > http://www.atlantys.org/ > A New Paradigm in Freedom." > > And somehow I thought it sounded like email-collecting spam. But I thougt, > let's be nice and answer anyway, just in case it's not. So a few days > later, I got this back: > > "Hello again, > Thanks for the reply! I know most people will not bother to tell > you if they have problems and will just move onto another site. > I found this out the hard way with some of the websites I run > when my ISP was down or as they put it "Their upstream provider" > was down. As a result I have enlisted the services of a company > called netmon, their site is www.netmon.com to monitor my site > (and my ISP). Their site is not much to look at but they do > offer some free monitoring and their rates are pretty good too > for the more serious stuff. > Once again thanks for the reply." > > And now I really think this is spam. Clever spam, which is even worse...Or > am I just getting paranoid???? > Peter probably not. I have the exact same emails here. Exact same reaction and reason for reply. This one's clever, or was! Ron D.