disabled, simply click on the mailTo: link below;
this will launch your preferred mail client, automatically filling in the
To: address and a default Subject:
line derived from the context in which you invoked the contact. Feel free
to modify or replace the suggested default, but please pay attention to the
notes below if you do.
you should instead see a graphic image displayed that contains the e-mail
address to use, which you will have to transcribe by hand into your usual
e-mail application. In this case there will be no Subject:
line supplied by default, so please be sure to provide one (see notes below).
Contacting the Webite Administrator
For anything to do with the Blue Rabbit Machines website, please send an e-mail to:
If you want a reply, please ensure that you include a valid Reply-to
address, and the more specific the information you supply, the more helpful it is
likely to be; especially if you have identified a problem that needs fixing.
Notes on Hand-Transcribing E-mail Addreses
If you are hand-transcribing the e-mail address, please also ensure that the
Subject: line of your e-mail contains one of the
following text strings, as well as the actual subject of your message:
BRM: (in upper case, with the colon)
(in any case, including mixed)
Blue Rabbit Consulting runs aggressive mail filters that
will automatically disregard any mail that does not
include one of these strings in the message subject. E-mails that find their way to
the bit bucket may be lost forever, and if they are found, it will only be after a
random interval, typically longer than a week.