I don't want my password mailed to me!
Date: 11/07/2001
Author: xPsycho
For those of you who share e-mail address or simply do not feel that your e-mail account is secure enough to have your password sent to you. That's okay! We have a command just for you.

/msg nickserv@services.dal.net set MAILBLOCK On /msg chanserv@services.dal.net set <#channel> MAILBLOCK On

By setting MAILBLOCK "On", you will disable the ability for someone to have services send your password to your e-mail account. Even if they know your nickname and registered e-mail address, the system won't let them do it, because you said so.

Only use this command if you really need to though. The trade off for security is that you are now completely responsible for remembering your password. If you later forget your password, you won't be able to send it to yourself either because MAILBLOCK will still be on. Do not come complaining to DALnet's staff about this either. Its your job to remember your password.

For more information on this command, please read: /msg nickserv@services.dal.net help set mailblock /msg chanserv@services.dal.net help set mailblock
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