Instead of getting 40 e-mail accounts you could simply append an address
with a key (e.g. email@example.com) to determine how it is being
propagated. Most servers ignore anything after a plus sign.
73 de Mike, N9BOR
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> -----Original Message-----
> From: K8RI on Tower Talk [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
> Sent: Monday, January 10, 2005 1:09 PM
> To: Mike D.; email@example.com; Jim Lux
> Subject: Re: [TowerTalk] firstname.lastname@example.org
> I have cable access and I use specific e-mail addresses for
> any sign up so I know from whence people get the addresses.
> Of course this address could be obtained by a virus or trojan
> on any TowerTalk subscriber's machine.
> Using addresses that way you can understand why I have about
> 40. That included those used for business as well. Out of
> the 40 only 6 are on the cable. This address is one of the 6.
> However it requires an arrangement with the ISP that hosts my
> web site and mail so I effectively mail from that site.
> Using the contesting .com mailing to discover addresses no
> longer in use might be good. Delete the ones that bounce and
> in the case of the remailer, look at the contents. I admit
> that is most likely no trivial matter with a very large mailing list.
> Roger Halstead (K8RI, EN73 & ARRL Life Member)
> N833R, World's Oldest Debonair (S# CD-2)
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