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Hi there,

Feedback is always welcome, good or bad. Please do tell me a little about how you found the site, what you’re interested in here and if there’s anything I can do to improve the site for you. I always try to respond to emails for help and support the same day (or at least the same day I read them!)

Please note I no longer offer free links to all and sundry, reciprocal or otherwise.

If you are contacting for something more – advertising, doing a guest post, asking for help maybe – just say and I’ll get back to you shortly.

~ Paul





Archived and old contact notes:

I always try to respond to emails for help and support the same day. Please note I no longer offer free links to all and sundry, reciprocal or otherwise.

Contacting us, how else to reach us:

Try the social networks we are on! Read on from the archives…

For email to Ackadia itself:

Emailing Ackadia direct: (circa 2002)

You’d have to get past my spam filters first and they are totally ruthless. The simple, sad fact is I am rushing towards a million Spam a month, and no, I’m not kidding. If you are not white-listed, you don’t stand a chance. Even then, the authorised emails have to run a gauntlet and I have no intention of relaxing it until Spam ceases.

Fast forward to November 2005 and my Spam continues to explode exponentially – it’s now around 2 a second – 65 million a year!

Smiley is shocked

Moving ahead to May 2007: Ah, for the good old days when it was only 65 million spam a year!

What surprised me is that after a 18 months offline, the messages returned unknown en mass, the volume of spam to my mail box has gone up again. I set up procmail, spam assassin and a sandmail. A few minutes later I had 2,550 messages with another 3,500 bounced and/or eaten. Shrugged and killed the account. RIP mailbox!

I will add folk to the list if I think I can trust them, but it’s not very tolerant, as I say. Better to use the throw-away email account above as that’s fine. If it’s compromised, I just edit the link above, so much earlier, I find.

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