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If you mean getting a confirmation that the mail was read, then it can be done, if I take your question literally, then no.

But the ways to achieve that have nothing to do with Perl, and it's an evil thing to want. In either case, if I knew you were doing this, I'd go offline before opening your mail - if I did so at all.

It is none of your business if folks in your userbase choose not to disclose their real email address to you.

Makeshifts last the longest.

In reply to Re: Detecting an email address by Aristotle
in thread Detecting an email address by Anonymous Monk

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