[Wikipedia-l] Re: mangle addresses
Paul-Ebermann at gmx.de
Tue Aug 26 00:50:59 UTC 2003
"Walter Vermeir" skribis:
> Matthew Woodcraft [...] wrote [...]
> > Gustav Foseid wrote:
> >> It was gmane that that mangled the address.
> > Why don't we turn that feature off? It's clear that it can cause
> > confusion, and we don't mangle addresses in the web archives of the
> > lists.
> If there is support for it I can ask gmane to swith it off. But this is not
> a good idea i find.
> The email adress is not realy mangled but "encrypted". [...]
> It is a very good anti-spam function and you still can send a email to
> person. It is one the reasons i like the gmane acces to much, your email
> adress is save from spammers.
As Matthew said:
> > we don't mangle addresses in the web archives of the lists.
So the spammers could get your adress anyway ...
If you want to switch it off:
(No need to "ask gmane to switch it off",
you can do it yourself.)
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