|User since||February 26, 2009|
|Number of add-ons developed||0 add-ons|
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*Adware* that didn't even work for me! Rated 1 out of 5 stars
As others have reported, this now pops up Bing related adware - seems that on random page loads (of any page) it may redirct to a full page Bing ad, requiring you to click through to get to your original URL. AdBlockPlus did nothing to block this :(
From looking at the source, as far as I can see all the adware activity is being hidden inside the two bundled DLLs - so making it less obvious to a quick scan that this is adware :(
Worse that this, I couldn't even get it to capture the image I wanted - have now uninstalled, wouldn't touch this again or anything from this author.
Rated 4 out of 5 stars
This is a simple plugin that does the job well. Never had any problems with it at all..
Only improvements I could think of would be:
- add a list of the "bad" email addresses to the alert in some easy to read format. Confirm-addresses 1.2.3 is for me a worse plugin, but has a slightly more "pretty" interface.
- cope better with subdomains - when sending from firstname.lastname@example.org emails in both foo.com and bar.foo.com are both valid (for me at least), so having an option to allow this would be good - or perhaps just have two separate warnings (one for totally mismatched domains, one for those that just don't match the entire string after @). Currently the entire subdomain/domain has to match.