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Old 14 Apr 2018, 06:05 AM   #12
TenFour
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Join Date: Feb 2017
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Two things. A blog post questionnaire would not be accurate and is easily gamed. A professional survey company will choose a sample that more closely represents the users of Fastmail or whatever subgroup they wish to know more about. Second. There are so many ways to prevent problems with an email address, such as just blocking all incoming email to that address or creating another one since you don't use it for anything except logging in. Just as an experiment, keep this "compromised" address to see if it attracts any email for some reason. In any case, it seems like a mountain made out of a mole hill. I regularly use a Gmail address that has been in the wild since 2004 and has been used on literally thousands of different sites and services, and I have never had a problem. Use a strong password and 2FA and you are good to go.
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