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Re: Anti-Spam Mail Address Encoding (with encrypted IP Address)
21: # The method proposed by this encoder creates mail addresses
22: # that include a timestamp and the ip address of the remote
23: # host (i.e. of the harvester). This enables you to reveal
24: # the harvester's ip adress for received spam.
I just noticed that you had no replies yet to this posting and I wanted you to know that I think its a bloody brilliant idea. Kudos! I will be trying it out when I have a chance to create content on a server where I can run perl.
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