I'm sorry to ask...
but i don't seem to know how to reply privately to
some inquiries because their e-mail addressess
have an anti spam catch in it.
i thought all i had to do was to delete out the letters
in their address like below "spamnot" and then what was left would be
the correct address??? this doesn't seem to work for me though
could someone who has time& patience tell me what i need to do
to reply to the person only and not the group??
thanks so much!!!
right, a dot and a com, net, etc. and you should be okay (maybe not
for .gov addresses and such, which have more segments and dots, but
you should get the idea from the above).
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Some people munge their addresses only to avoid having their e-mail
addresses harvested. Other people munge their address because they don't
want public discussions made private. For example, there are some
professionals here who very much enjoy participating in group
discussions, but do not wish to become free, private consultants by
moving those discussions to private e-mail. So before trying to unmunge
someone's e-mail address, think about why they are munging their
address, and why you think you need to have a private discussion. If
it's just because you have a very, very specific question, you should
probably just keep the discussion in the public forum it began in.
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