Thursday, October 21, 2010

Who Is apache@txt2day.com?

Visitor messages are sent using our mail server using a default email address. The tag "apache@txt2day.com" is placed on messages sent by visitors that do not include a return address. We can assure you that noone at txt2day is sending these messages.

Our site is visited daily by many looking to send text messages because they don't have a cell phone, lost their phone, battery is not working or simply want to send a quick text. Sometimes, they don't provide a return email address. In those cases, txt2day must put a place holder in for the return address but we are not the originator of the message.

Our site is like a "phone booth" where visitors can quickly send a message. If they wish to have replies, they need to put their own email address in the message form.

5 comments:

Milind said...

Thanks for the info. Free Text Messaging

MichelleHarland92@yahoo.com said...

Yes, & people also use it to harass me, anonymously. How do I trace who is sending me these messages & make it stop?

MichelleHarland92@yahoo.com said...

Yes, & they use it to send anonymous harassing messages also. How do I find out where/who they are coming from?

T said...

This site allows stalkers a way to harass and threaten people! If it were a legitimate business they would REQUIRE an email so that they could be tracked! For the last year this site has been complicit in allowing a coward to stalk my step daughter and our family!

Mal Lo said...

um ever heard of a IP address anyone who "stalks" from electronics is a complete fucktard it can be traced...oh but hey what stalker isnt lol