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is nsa preventing my email confirmation so that i can log into rt.com (not a joke)?
I want to register with the website rt.com. In order to do that, i am supposed to give them my email address, then they send me an email and I use that to confirm my registration. Somehow, although I keep requesting that they send me the confirmation email, and they keep saying it has been successfully sent, I never get it. It is not in my spam folder. As a result, I cannot log into rt.com to post comments. In case you haven't seen rt.com, it is an excellent russian news site written in English, with very pertinent news about world affairs and events in the US. So my question is, is there some reason I am being blocked out of rt.com so I can't post comments? I mean, could the NSA be blocking Americans from registering with rt.com? Since I can't register, I can't tell rt.com I'm having a problem. You were the only people I could think of who might have an idea of what's going on. Thanks.
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Firefox doesn't do email, it's strictly a web browser.
If you are using Firefox to access your mail, you are using "web-mail". You need to seek support from your service provider or a forum for that service.