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  • Spam Increase: I guess it's a good thing?

    So we're seeing an exponential increase in spam posts...so I want to apologize in advance to any real people that I ban inadvertently. Please send an email to admin [({at})] seqanswers.com if you _happen_ to find your user account banned.

    If your email address is from anywhere that is, let's say, unlikely to have a Polonator...I will ban the user immediately. I am very likely to ban nonsense "free" email accounts immediately as well. Also if you happen to have all five commercially available instruments, and are from a *@mail.ru account, you will be banned as well, apologies.

    Again, apologies in advance to any real people that should get caught in the cross fire, but apparently we've been identified as a viable spam target.

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