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Stan Rydz17-Sep-20 5:59
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Generalverb that noun? Pin
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_Forogar_ wrote:
a handy catchall@mydomain.com which you can forward junk to to be auto-deleted
When I have to "sign up" with sites in order to do anything useful, I generally use a unique "non-existent" email name at my domain that identifies the company I'm dealing with. E.g. I might use "codeproject@mydomain.com", "amazon@mydomain.com", "taxman@mydomain.com" etc. As "undefined" email addresses they all get redirected to my catch-all box, but they retain the original email. That means I can use my email application's rules to sort or delete as I wish (e.g. sorting into different folders to separate work / leisure / admin sources; then regardless of the actual sending address I can categorise automatically). But also, if I start getting spam on one of those addresses I know exactly who is "to blame" for leaking / selling my address.
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