Help with IP Detection when using SSL
james at ifixit.com
Wed Dec 4 20:19:06 CET 2013
Excerpts from Simon Lennon, OnCommerce Ltd.'s message of 2013-12-04 03:52:04 -0800:
> many thanks,
> *Simon Lennon*
> Technical Director
> OnCommerce Ltd.
> +44 (0) 1202 970 940
> OnBay | Mr Snaps
> *www.oncommerce.co.uk <http://www.oncommerce.co.uk/> *
> Follow Us on Twitter <https://twitter.com/OnCommerceLtd>Find Us On
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> *www.onbuy.co.uk <http://www.onbuy.co.uk/> *
> Follow Us on Twitter <https://twitter.com/OnBuy_UK>Find Us On Facebook
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> *www.onrecycle.co.uk <http://www.onrecycle.co.uk/> *
> Follow Us on Twitter <https://twitter.com/onrecycleuk>Find Us On
> Facebook <https://www.facebook.com/OnRecycle>Find Us On Google+
> OnBuy and OnRecycle are trading names of OnCommerce Ltd which is a
> registered company in England & Wales, Company Number: 08358927. Our
> trading address is: C/O Centerprise International, Hampshire
> International Business Park, Lime Tree Way, Basingstoke, Hampshire, RG24
> 8GQ. OnCommerce is a registered trademark no. 2540468.
> OnCommerce Ltd is a Centeprise International Group Company.
> This electronic message contains information from OnCommerce Ltd, which
> may be legally privileged and confidential. The information is intended
> to be for the use of the individual(s) or entity named above. If you are
> not the intended recipient, be aware that any disclosure, copying,
> distribution or use of the contents of this information is prohibited.
> If you have received this electronic message in error, please notify us
> by telephone (to the number above) or e-mail immediately. Any views,
> opinions or advice expressed in this electronic message are not
> necessarily the views, opinions or advice of OnCommerce Ltd. It is the
> responsibility of the recipient to ensure that any attachments are virus
> free and OnCommerce Ltd. bear no responsibility for any loss or damage
> arising in any way from the use thereof.
Can you please not use a signature that uses 11 images and spans 63 (!) lines
when wrapped at 80 characters? It's pretty distracting, and we don't care
about your social media presence anyways (and the disclaimer is moot, since
you're sending to a public list).
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