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Hi everyone, I am changing to a Hotmail email address (unless some one knows a better one). I seem to remember reading on the Forum some where a reccomendation about what to insert in the email address. Can anyone point me in the right direction as I intend getting rid of my Gmail accounts.
It was text like "at-no-where" which was inserted in your email address to reduce the amount of spam that you receive, and I am sure I read it whilst reading some where on the MR Forums but cannot remember where.
I've read once that the amount of spam you recieve is connected to the first letter of your hotmail. If it is a letter that is used a lot in names, you have a bigger change to recieve spam on your email. I just that I could remeber the letters those where
I had my hotmail account for over 4 years now and filled my email in everywhere and never had serious spam issues
An old topic i know, but for anyone reading up like me trying to catch up, heres my take on it.
Never put your email address on a public forum
If you have no other choice, disguise it: "email@example.com" becomes "me at here dot com" This is because forum bots whom harvest email addresses look for the @ and the .com in posts (as well as others such as .co.uk, .org etc)
Use PM if you MUST give someone your email address.
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