• Gmail wasn’t hacked after all

    We were using our gmail account as a receiver while this website was down, along with our regular email account. Though Google shut it down for misuse, it seems to be a problem on Google’s end. We are one of 150,000 accounts which have experienced the total loss of emails and addresses. But we understand they “are safe” according to Google, and hopefully will be retrieved soon.  If you sent an email to the cedarstreettimes@gmail.com address, send it again to editor@cedarstreettimes.com. We apologize for the confusion — sending you there, now bringing you back here — but it’s the solution we can see for now.

    posted to Cedar Street Times on February 27, 2011

    Topics: Current Edition, Front PG News, Uncategorized

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