How to contact Steve Jobs?

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    pianodude123

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    Hi,

    I was wondering whether apple still allowed the public to contact Steve and how/where to contact him at?
     
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    I've had a reply from emailing sjobs@apple.com. It wasn't from Steve :)o) but was a very quick and conscientious reply.
     
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    jaw04005

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    steve@mac.com and sjobs@apple.com are checked by high-level customer service representatives (probally folks in Customer Relations) and not Steve Jobs himself.

    After weeks of emailing back and forth .Mac technical support, I emailed steve@mac.com and within 4 hours my .Mac account was fixed. It was a server-side issue just as I suspected. :rolleyes:
     
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    -Garry-

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    I've had an e-mail from one of the head guys at Apple, which had been forwarded from Steve Jobs. The address was theboss@apple.com - but I don't think it works any longer.
     
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    The reality is that Steve Jobs, just like Bill Gates and other high-visibility CEOs/chairmen, probably has a secret e-mail address which is whitelist-accessible: You can only send e-mail to it from specific addresses and specific e-mail servers. Any other attempt to e-mail is summarily rejected as undeliverable.

    So while the public knows of e-mail addresses such as steve@mac.com and billg@microsoft.com, those addresses are managed by executive assistants who forward stuff that Steve and Bill REALLY need to see to the secret addresses.
     
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    It was revealed to be sj@pixar.com

    You can make it out in the second screen shot down at this website.

    There is a good chance this is actually his email because an employee working for Apple emailed him at that address (according to the story at the website). Why would some at Apple use the pixar.com domain unless that was his true email?
     
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    I always used telepathy.

    Or go to the genius bar, pick up the red phone, and ask for "his steveness"

    /got kicked out of the Apple store
    //got tipsy at the genius bar
    ///I had too much knowledge!


    \i KEED!
     
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    even if that was the real address, I'm sure as soon as the secret got out he had it changed as his box was flooded with hundreds or thousands of messages...
     
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    stridey

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    From the Writer's Block Live FAQ:

     
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    dmw007

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    I always just call him on his cell phone. ;) :)
     
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    dmw007

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    Always a great choice! :)

    Nice one! :D
     
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    Probably not a ROKR....:p
     
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    Apple

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    Probably not a motorola
     
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    Ooo, I loved that part of the keynote when he was kinda fumbling with it.

    It was awesome!

    "oops, pressed the wrong button"

    <3!
     
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    dmw007

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    No, its a highly-advanced prototype of the upcoming Apple iPod combining a 5th generation iPod with a cellular phone and GPS unit. ;) ;) :)

    MSRP is expected to be ~$1,200 for the 2TB model. ;) :)
     
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    fartheststar

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    Now... with a 50 hour battery life ...
    :eek:
     
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    dmw007

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    Hey, go easy on the man. It wasn't his fault...someone...err...covered it in soap...um, ya... ;) :)

    That or they re-arranged the keys on the keypad. ;) :)
     
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    fartheststar

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    :p :p :p :p :p :p :p :p
     
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    dmw007

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    Exactly! ;) :)
     
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    Here's the phone:- [​IMG]

    ... and here's your 50hour battery.

    [​IMG]

    :cool:
     
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    treblah

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    If you check out one of the posts on WBL you might find a pretty good clue as to Steve's real email address.
     

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