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Re: Heraldry Via The Net
Aodhan, I'm not sure I understand your point about your
reluctance to accept electronic submissions:
> The main reason I am reluctant to do this is that I cannot be sure that
> the person to whom the name or device is supposed to be registered to is
> actually the same person who sent the forms. For instance, if I didn't
> already know Rhiannon and know what her screen name was on AOL I'd have
> no way of knowing the Rhiannon Ui Naill and CORVU2@aol.com were the
> same person. And since few Atlantians actually have the means to send
> me electronic submissions, I would probably end up in a situation where
> I receive electronic submissions that have never even been handled by
> the submitter --- that is, I will get these things from third parties.
> I really do need something that tells me in no uncertain terms that
> the registration is truly desire by the person whose name appears on
> the forms.
This would seem to indicate that you also do not accept submissions via
the USPS, except from people whose handwriting you recognize. Is this
the case? If not, what is it about paper submissions that prevent
spoofing 'in no uncertain terms'?
Alfredo el Bufon
Elvegast, Windmaster's Hill, Atlantia
But, Doctor, I have a Strine accent! What makes you think
anybody will believe I'm Scottish, and in Balliol's court?
Brave heart, Tegan.
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