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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 spoofing - Wikipedia

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    Email spoofing is the creation of email messages with a forged sender address. The term applies to email purporting to be from an address which is not actually the sender's; mail sent in reply to that address may bounce or be delivered to an unrelated party whose identity has been faked.

  4. Add, edit, or delete Address Book contacts in AOL Desktop ...

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    The Address Book in Desktop Gold helps you keep track of email addresses, phone numbers, mailing addresses, birthdays, and anniversaries of your contacts. You can sort your Address Book by last name, first name, email address, screen name, telephone number, or category. Just use the Quick Find box to easily search through your contacts. Add a ...

  5. Change your reply-to address in New AOL Mail

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    Keep your main account clear of unwanted responses by assigning one of your email accounts as the reply-to email address. Learn how to change the address that your recipients' replies are sent to. By default, when you send someone an email and they click Reply, the email address you sent the message from will get their reply.

  6. Email spam - Wikipedia

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    Email spam, also referred to as junk email, spam mail, or simply spam, is unsolicited messages sent in bulk by email . The name comes from a Monty Python sketch in which the name of the canned pork product Spam is ubiquitous, unavoidable, and repetitive. [1]

  7. 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 ...

  8. The Dad Who Knew Too Little - Wikipedia

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    Homer gives his email, chunkylover53@aol.com, to Dexter Colt in the episode so that they can keep contact. In an article for the technology section of the Time website, Selman wrote that he registered that email before the broadcast of the episode, thinking that "if anyone wanted to write an email to Homer, it would be fun to answer back."

  9. 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)