A letter to Apple.

Discussion in 'Apple Music, Apple Pay, iCloud, Apple Services' started by DirectorZak, Sep 10, 2013.

  1. DirectorZak macrumors newbie

    DirectorZak

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    #1
    Dear Apple,
    I would just like to let you know how much of a failure your security is. I recently just got off of the phone with your "genius" technical support trying to recover my disabled apple id for the third time. I run a small film business off of my email, and I recently had an opportunity to film something that would have literally kick started my career, however, because you locked me out of my account, and never send me the email I need to reset it, I no longer have the gig. I am going to sell my Mac now and buy a PC now and put apple stickers all over it now and laugh at it.
    Go screw yourself apple.
    -DirectorZak
     
  2. solace macrumors regular

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  3. Boyd01 macrumors 68040

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    That'll learn 'em! :D
     
  4. GoCubsGo macrumors Nehalem

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    Yo Zak, this isn't an Apple-owned site.

    PS:
    If your job is that important to you then running it off on an e-mail account seems silly. If you were halfway serious you would be able to e-mail whatever movie you had to someone using a backup e-mail account.

    While Apple's security may have caused this hiccup, your general unpreparedness and lack of forethought to provide yourself with a backup is not Apple's fault. You lost the gig yourself, not because of Apple.

    I can't wait until something silly happens and you blame Microsoft. What will be next?
     
  5. Shrink macrumors G3

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  6. Astroboy907 macrumors 65816

    Astroboy907

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    I don't do much serious stuff over email but I even have two emails for these very reasons. When I have problems with one email server (usually local ISP), I can use the other (usually gmail), to do whatever. It really comes in handy during server outages.

    Try it, learn from it, and enjoy Outlook Express.
     
  7. macgrl macrumors 65816

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    Buy your own domain. It won't stop any problems with you email host but you will have greater control over it.
     
  8. chrono1081 macrumors 604

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    I'm not sure how much help this "letter" will do since Macrumors is not an Apple site.

    If not having email cripples you going to Windows is a bad move. I support Windows environments for a living and if you think Microsoft will be better you'll be in for a harsh surprise.

    Instead of spending lots of money switching systems it would be a better idea to do what others have said and get your own email, or use something web based that you can check from a browser. I'm still not sure how a disabled Apple ID affects email but if you explain the problem a little more we can maybe offer a better solution.
     
  9. Boyd01 macrumors 68040

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    I did this a number of years ago myself. A few weeks ago I setup iCloud and forwarded my other two e-mail addresses to it since I've been annoyed by frequent mail issues at my web hosting company.

    But I still have the other two accounts and also save any important e-mail locally on my computer in case of a problem with iCloud.
     

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