That almost looks like an accusation. xP (Joking) Although I'm not surprised that it seems to be a fault on my site. No, I didn't do that. I also checked the HTACCESS file and re-downloaded/Re-uploaded it to make sure, and I haven't touched default applications (Didn't even know you could do that from the ACP - do now). I will submit a ticket ASAP.
I thought it was self evident from the video and didn't want to be accused of "insulting people's intelligence"... I apologise Charles, I will do that next time, thanks for the feedback. The text for this one:
As far as I could tell from my testing IPS4 works on Site-Wide SSL I think it auto-detects it as well because the setting under use HTTPS for Login was greyed out for me because I had site-wide SSL. So if you have SSL for everything you can't disable it - which I thought was nifty. So it shouldn't be a problem. If you don't have Site-Wide SSL but do have SSL I assume the button works as normal. If you don't have it at all I assume the button will be greyed out stating you don't have SSL activated. I'm not sure though. What I do know is IPS4 - Works with SSL (Site-Wide). Been using it since Beta 1.0.8
Problem is Luigi is that there are thousands of them, and some of them are really obscure and present themselves as actual paid for email and most of them now; are in languages other than English which makes finding them even more trouble. I'm thinking it might be easier if I stopped trying to ban them and just accepted it and like Hurricane; ban those who repeatedly abuse the system.
We wouldn't gaurentee the security of using such email services; we don't allow multiple registrations and by using disposable emails their account may become "Unrecoverable" in the event that they forget their password. All of which the member should be aware of before registering (at least on our site).
Cannot fault and works (and is supported) which others AFAIK aren't. Whilst some may feel it's a "Steep Investment" I see it as money well spent, even if do get no real money out of it. Dev gives A+ support, is quick and fervidly squashes bugs. No complaints at all.