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Old 10th October 2009, 09:10 PM   #7

Join Date: Oct 2009
Posts: 20

What I personally do is:

1.) Take a screenshot of my website, with the email address in plaintext. Crop this image, then embed it on the website as the contact address.
2.) Create a mail alias to my mailbox (I use info, so for instance it would be [email protected]), then use that address for the mailto: HREF. That way, visitors can also just click on my email address image to send me mail.

Also, I have a contact PHP script that just mails it directly to me. Using these guidelines, I haven't had a problem with spam (yet).

The best recommendation that I can give, also, is to create TONS of email aliases that point to your actual mailbox. When one mail alias gets too much spam, just dump it.

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