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  2. Disposable email address - Wikipedia

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    A number of email systems support "sub-addressing" (also known as "plus" or "tagged" addressing) where a tag can be appended to the "local part" of an email address — the part to the left of the "@" — but with the modified address being an alias to the unmodified address. For example, the address joeuser+tag@example.com denotes the same ...

  3. Email spam - Wikipedia

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    Not only can their email inboxes get clogged up with "undeliverable" emails in addition to volumes of spam, but they can mistakenly be identified as a spammer. Not only may they receive irate email from spam victims, but (if spam victims report the email address owner to the ISP, for example) a naïve ISP may terminate their service for spamming.

  4. Spamtrap - Wikipedia

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    A spamtrap is a honeypot used to collect spam.. Spamtraps are usually e-mail addresses that are created not for communication, but rather to lure spam. In order to prevent legitimate email from being invited, the e-mail address will typically only be published in a location hidden from view such that an automated e-mail address harvester (used by spammers) can find the email address, but no ...

  5. Message transfer agent - Wikipedia

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    A relay or filtering server will typically store email only briefly, but other systems keep full mailboxes for email - in which case they usually support some means for end users to access their email via a Mail User Agent (MUA), or email client. Common protocols for this are: Post Office Protocol (POP3) Internet Message Access Protocol (IMAP)

  6. Postmaster (computing) - Wikipedia

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    In computers and technology, a postmaster is the administrator of a mail server.Nearly every domain should have the e-mail address postmaster@example.com where errors in e-mail processing are directed.

  7. Zone file - Wikipedia

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    File format. The format of a zone file is defined in RFC 1035 (section 5) and RFC 1034 (section 3.6.1). This format was originally used by the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) software package, but has been widely adopted by other DNS server software – though some of them (e.g. NSD, PowerDNS) are using the zone files only as a starting point to compile them into database format, see also ...

  8. Incorporation (business) - Wikipedia

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    Ownership in a Corp. or LLC is easily transferable to others, either in whole or in part. Some state laws are particularly corporate-friendly. For example, the transfer of ownership in a corporation incorporated in US-DE is not required to be filed or recorded. [citation needed] Legal history of incorporation in the United States