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"Last Summer" by Bluboar from Literotica

pillowcase35

Anyone have a full archive of this great Mom/Son story? The Wayback Machine only has the first few pages.

Replies:   Gauthier
Gauthier

@pillowcase35

email ?

Replies:   pillowcase35
pillowcase35

@Gauthier

pillowcase35@gmail.com

Dominions Son

You know, you could exchange email addresses through the sites private messaging instead of posting them on the forum.

Replies:   Vlad_Inhaler
Vlad_Inhaler

@Dominions Son

I thought that only worked for communicating with authors, reviewers or editors. I must admit I'd have supplied the address above as something like @gmail.com

Dominions Son
Updated:


I thought that only worked for communicating with authors, reviewers or editors. I must admit I'd have supplied the address above as so


An author can reply to messages from readers on the SOL messaging system, so it's certainly possible to send messages to members who aren't authors or editors.

That said, I haven't really looked into how you would initiate a conversation outside of the feedback to authors.

ETA:

Even if reader to reader private messages can't be done, it's still a really bad idea to post email addresses in public or semi-public forums.

Vlad_Inhaler

@Dominions Son

Reply: yes.
Initiate: not that I know of.

JohnBobMead

@Dominions Son

What I have seen done previously is removing the email address from the post after the request is fulfilled; a note saying that that has been done in place of the email addy prevents people like me from wondering how they expect to get their stuff without posting the email address.

Which, of course, is how I leartned about this option, having made a comment concerning the lack of an email address being given. Which is why I suggest a note saying that it was removed since no longer needed.

Replies:   Dominions Son
Dominions Son

@JohnBobMead

What I have seen done previously is removing the email address from the post after the request is fulfilled; a note saying that that has been done in place of the email addy prevents people like me from wondering how they expect to get their stuff without posting the email address.


Perhaps, but it doesn't prevent a potentially malicious lurker from also getting the email address and trying to either hack your email and/or phish you for the purpose of turning you email account into a spam bot.

Unless it's a throw away or a spam honey pot, email addresses should never be posted in public or semi-public internet forums. Coming back later and editing the post to remove the email address later is not enough.

Replies:   Gauthier
Gauthier

@Dominions Son

Private message between readers test of temp.pm service.

temp test message

self destruct 7 days test please do not follow link:
gauthier

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