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  1. Ian Eiloart

    I do this. It’s also called “plus addressing”. However, many web forms use broken regular expressions to check email addresses on subscription, and frequently prevent use of the plus symbol. This includes yours!

    So, I also use opayq.com from Abine. It has a browser plugin that lets you generate random addresses, and a web interface that lets you disable delivery to addresses as necessary. Finally, it’s not possible to guess my primary address from the opayq.com address.

    I suppose that last thing would not be a problem if I used a dedicated address, and didn’t accept mail to the

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