hikyaku Creating a free e-mail account, Hikyaku

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The registration to our free e-mail service is temporarily suspended.
Welcome to hikyaku account's creation page. Now more than 2000 users having subscribed to our email service, it becomes more and more difficult to get a good name, i.e. several persons wish to use the same user name. So we have created a java servlet which allows you to check interactively an availability of the requested name as well as other syntactic verifications such as its length.

  1. In order to keep hikyaku email as a free service, you may receive some advertisement per month, but we give you an assurance that you should not receive pornographic publicity nor your personal information be sold.
  2. We don't accept the usage of our mail server to send bulk mails, personal attacks or any other contents which may provoke angers of addresses. If we discover such an abuse, your mailbox will be immediately disabled.

Steps to follow

  1. Go to Hikyaku account request form.
  2. Fill up all the fields and push on the "Request" button.
  3. Continue to correct the fields as long as a warning message displays at the top.
  4. Immediately after, you will receive in your current mail box a confirmation of your request with all the data you have entered. If you don't receive it, it exists a high risk that you may have entered wrongly your mail address. Please retry to enter it correctly.
  5. Please allow us 2 or 3 working days to see your account activated.

Constraints to respect

  1. Your user name must contain only alphabet or digit characters, the total length between 4 and 8 characters inclusive and begin always with an alphabet character.
  2. Your password must contain only alphabet or digit characters (at least one alphabet and one digit) and the total length should be at least 6 characters. It should not be in any context equal to your user name.
  3. There is no difference between lower and upper case letters for those parameters (they will be automatically converted to small letters).
  4. If you are using a Japanese computer, all the characters should be entered with a single byte mode.

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Last update: February 5, 2004