What was I thinking? You can contact abuse(a)googlemail.com about your problem
without bothering a checkuser. You could also be sly and solicit a response
from him via direct e-mail, by replying to him with direct e-mail. IOW, lie
about your password. That might let you reach his ISP about hacking
potential. In the event that the problem does not go away at source, then
putting a suspected sockpuppet template on his front page will summon a
checkuser to find another reason to block him, and I do not think you need
another reason. I think Mister Lau on wikipedia review will second you if
you need that.
"Abigail Brady" <morwen(a)evilmagic.org>
wrote in message
> The headers indicate it was sent through the 'email this user feature':
> mailhost received it directly from wikimedia.org
> indicates the account was created May 10, although it doesn't seem to
> done anything after creation.
> On Thu, May 21, 2009 at 3:33 PM, Jay Litwyn
>> Abigail Brady carbon-copied an e-mail purportedly from
>> user:Wp_freedom_fighter (if you follow the trailing indications of
>> which were probably written manually) and that user does not seem to
>> nor do they seem to hav ever egzisted. All I get on google is games and
>> Lankan war heroes.
>> Unless you count this -CC- to someone else</a>. In other words, this
>> has nothing to lose but a gmail account, or so they think. googlemail
>> ISPs. An ISP might even be in the received headers. It is best that the
>> complaint come from her and in her own words.
>> clues about how you figure such things out are here.</a> A whois search
>> X-Originating-IP: XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX might let her bypass googlemail, which
>> understandably bottle-necked.