lucy24 - 12:56 am on Aug 10, 2012 (gmt 0)
Curious. I remember when gmail was a kind of elite. You couldn't just walk in off the street and get a gmail address; you had to be referred by an existing member. I think it was intended to be the opposite of, oh, let's pick a name utterly at random, AOL, which spoke loudly about spam and then let anyone get an address and instantly start sending out unlimited amounts of mail.
Apparently this changed when I wasn't looking. It may be time to make that last sentence into a macro.