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Great idea!

I am going to spread the voice at SourceForge to come and read this article- This would work great at that site!

Because they manage all the developers' email addresses. Actually, I think that there is a way of including all the non-*NIX users as well to enjoy this great tool. (I mean that not everybody has lots of composed email addresses just a single one. )

But I heard something of putting 2 @domain.com endings at an email address. It was done for re-routing emails through a different path in the Internet net.

Isn't it possible to apply that piece of password in some similar way so that it is not going to be interpreted by any email server and could reach to every email address?

I would give you the NOBEL Price, if I could vote for it!


In reply to Re: Anti-Spam Mail Address Encoding (with encrypted IP-Address) by chanio
in thread Anti-Spam Mail Address Encoding (with encrypted IP-Address) by projekt21

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