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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. Opt-in email - Wikipedia

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    Address authentication. Email address authentication is a technique for validating that a person claiming to possess a particular email address actually does so. This is normally done by sending an email containing a token to the address, and requiring that the party being authenticated supply that token before the authentication proceeds.

  4. Email tracking - Wikipedia

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    Email tracking is a method for monitoring whether the email messages is read by the intended recipient. Most tracking technologies use some form of digitally time-stamped record to reveal the exact time and date that an email was received or opened, as well as the IP address of the recipient.

  5. 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]

  6. 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 ...

  7. X.400 - Wikipedia

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    X.400 is a suite of ITU-T Recommendations that defines the ITU-T Message Handling System (MHS).. At one time, the designers of X.400 were expecting it to be the predominant form of email, but this role has been taken by the SMTP-based Internet e-mail.

  8. Certified email - Wikipedia

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    Certified email (known as Posta elettronica certificata in Italy, or PEC in short) is a special type of email in use in Italy, Switzerland, Hong Kong and Germany. Certified email is meant to provide a legal equivalent of the traditional registered mail, where by paying a small fee, users are able to legally prove that a given email has been sent and received.

  9. Comparison of webmail providers - Wikipedia

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    spam filter, deletion of selected attachments, address book and calendar/agenda, import/export features for mails, contacts and calendar events, custom signatures for each alias, filters (custom rules) for organizing your emails, holiday mode (auto-response), mobile app for smartphones, integration with Digiposte (a virtual safe-deposit box ...