Bizarre emails to help@ and webmaster@

Chris Young chris.young at unsatisfactorysoftware.co.uk
Thu May 23 11:23:35 BST 2013


Rob Kendrick <rjek at netsurf-browser.org> wrote:

>So, recently we've had a flurry of bizarre emails to our help@ and
>webmaster@ addresses, of which I have attached a selection.       
>                                                                  
>Anybody know what's going on?  Somebody posted a misleading review
>somewhere or something?                                           
>
>B.
>
>
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>From: Howard Leveque <hleveque at verizon.net>
>To: help at netsurf-browser.org
>Sent: Thu May 16 09:17:58 Europe/London 2013
>Subject: Question
>
>So where is NetSurf for Windows?
>
>
>
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>From: Mike <mikifin at frontiernet.net>
>To: webmaster at netsurf-browser.org
>Sent: Fri May 17 22:41:15 Europe/London 2013
>Subject: More babble speak...
>
>Hi,
>
>I hate to be the one to tell you this but, people don't know
>architecture like RISC from the back side of the moon. A tip, if you
>really want users to use your browser, you have got to make it EASY.
>People are too busy to research stuff like this, me on the other hand I
>don't have a life so as a lark I am going to do the research to figure
>this out. I think I ran into this term about 10 years ago testing some
>arcane tool for some arcane tool.  
>
>For instance if you have a version that runs on windows, say it runs on
>windows and what versions. Take a look at the seamonkey site, one
>button, says it works on windows xx to xx. Press button, download,
>done. 
>
>Dude, you really need some marketing help.
>
>Mike
>
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>From: Clem <clement.power at gmail.com>
>To: help at netsurf-browser.org
>Sent: Tue May 21 16:33:51 Europe/London 2013
>Subject: [Empty]
>
>Hello, I installed NetSurf on my laptop windows xp pro havingdownloaded
>it form CNet and cannot log-in. Filled-in the registration and made a
>note of the number and then tried logging-in in various ways: 1)Have
>account + psswrd (reg. number) Failed
>2)New account + my own psswrd
>3)Return to "have account" + data of the "new" account Failed!!
>Any ideas? Gratefully yours Clem 
>
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>
>From: Morgan <phlibrarian at yahoo.com>
>To: "help at netsurf-browser.org" <help at netsurf-browser.org>
>Sent: Tue May 21 20:30:31 Europe/London 2013
>Subject: Version for Windows 7 64bit
>
>Hello,
>
>Please let me know which version of Netsurf browser is compatible for
>use with Windows 7, 64bit version.
>
>Thanks,
>Tommy
>
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>
>From: KABBIR <kabbirgkm at gmail.com>
>To: help at netsurf-browser.org
>Sent: Thu May 23 09:47:05 Europe/London 2013
>Subject: Android compliant
>
>Hi
>Is net surf compliant to android ics .?... how and where can I download
>it
>for my mobile phone ...
>Much thanks

If you search "netsurf cnet" on google the top result is something called "NetSURF web browser", version 3.2-something. I haven't downloaded it but the scant description and version number indicates it's something else with the same name. Odd.



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