NetIdentity, please stop
Some time ago, (like... 2001 I think) I signed up for a personal e-mail address from NetIdentity (then known as Mailbank). The service was so-so, but I could overlook many things because I had a very personalized e-mail address. It ended with '.net' though, so I was always having to remind people of that. About a couple of years ago I decided to drop NetIdentity in favor of using this domain for my e-mail. I cancelled my NetIdentity account a few months later.
However, I still have access to that account. The web-based features seem to be disabled by now, but guess what-- the POP service is still functional. And mail is still received at that address. It doesn't bounce.
"Free service!" right? Well, yes, but I don't want it any more. And every now and then I receive a legit email to that old address. It should be bouncing, but it's not. So I have to monitor the thing. And it's really my only source of spam now, since NetIdentity doesn't do very much to filter the stuff. Apple Mail handles much of it, but the message or two that gets through is still annoying.
I've tried explaining the problem to them, but to no avail.
Update: As of yesterday, my POP login is no longer working. I don't think this is coincidence as it's been working for the last year or two. I believe someone at NetIdentity became aware of this post somehow and took action. But they didn't go far enough-- now I can't check the account but email sent to it is still not bouncing.