Several Tesla Superchargers victims of vandalism and theft, the producer of Pirates of the Caribbean 6 did not wipe Johnny Depp off the map, a life-saving technique to reactivate the POP and IMAP protocols of Laposte.net, here is the recap!
Several Tesla Superchargers are targeted by criminals across the Atlantic. The possible return of Johnny Depp in Pirates of the Caribbean 7 is not excluded. Finally, a very simple trick allows you to start receiving your Laposte.net emails again on third-party software and applications. Here is the recap!
Copper or anti-Tesla act? Severed Supercharger cables
In the United States, several Superchargers have been visited by malicious individuals. The latter cut charging cables, preventing drivers from injecting energy into their vehicles. Two hypotheses are put forward. It is possible that the thugs cut the cables to recover the copper. But in some cases, it could be malicious anti-Tesla acts.
Read > The cables of Tesla Superchargers are mysteriously cut, why?
Pirates of the Caribbean 6: Will Jack Sparrow return?
Johnny Depp has insisted that he will no longer collaborate with Disney in the future. So the chances of seeing him in Pirates of the Caribbean 6 are almost zero. Asked about this by The Times, the producer Jerry Bruckheimer however confided that nothing was yet stopped for the scenario of this second opus. Something to give hope to fans who have launched several petitions for his return.
To read > Pirates of the Caribbean 6: the production did not remove Johnny Depp from the cast
Laposte.net restrained: the trick to relaunch the POP/IMAP protocols
This is a very annoying problem that affects many Laposte.net users. It has been impossible to read his emails via a third-party service for many days. While La Poste had promised a return to normal, some users are still blocked. Fortunately, a trick allows you to reactivate the POP and IMAP protocols. All you have to do is change your password (a recovery email address is required) and then reconnect to your email clients.
To read > Laposte.net bug: here is the technique to reactivate POP and IMAP on your email address