Email Laws That Could Bring You to Jail Even if You're Not Spamming

Written by Mohamad Zaki Hussein

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Well, your action may be considered as a computer crime and you might face civil suit and fines or/and you might even face criminal suit and penalty.

So far, there are two things that you can do to prevent you from getting trouble with these laws.

First, make sure that you never send email that contains material or link to material which is illegal for minors. This is so obvious, right?

Second, if you think that you can't comply withrepparttar first option, then you can purge your list by matching it againstrepparttar 149133 registries in a regular basis. But there are fees for this.

Don't panic about these laws. Instead, find more information about it. You can start learning more about these laws by visitingrepparttar 149134 references below:

- Michigan Children's Protection Registry site:

- Michigan Public Act No. 241:

- Michigan Public Act No. 242:

- Utah Code - Child Protection Registry:

- Michigan government's press release:,1607,7-168-23442_21974-121645--,00.html

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Configuring Email Addresses

Written by Stephen Cope

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Set up for new ISP

DISplay Name: steve

Email Address:

Reply address:

Notice that in either caserepparttar reply address isrepparttar 148797 same and it is your lifetime or permanent address. Anyone replying to email from you will reply torepparttar 148798 reply address ( You will need then to make arrangements with your email address provider to forward this email to your new mailbox.

Email Forwarding

Email forwarding allows you to continue to use an existing email address e.g. an email account provided by your lifetime email address provider regardless of which ISP (Internet service provider) you use.

If we continuerepparttar 148799 example of oldISP and newISP then any email messages that are sent to need to be forwarded to eitherrepparttar 148800 oldISP address orrepparttar 148801 newISP address


Your ISP or email provider is oldISp your email address and physical mailbox is

You arrange withrepparttar 148802 lifetime email address provider (usually you do it yourself through a control panel) to forward email sent to to your mailbox


You then decide to change your ISP or email provider to newISp your new email address and physical mailbox is now

You now arrange withrepparttar 148803 lifetime email address provider (usually you do it yourself through a control panel) to forward email sent to to your mailbox

Catch-All Email Addresses

A catch all address is a special case of email forwarding. With a catch all email address then all email sent to will be forwarded to a single mailbox.> Mailbox1 -----> Mailbox1 -----> Mailbox1

When retrieving email you only need to connect to mailbox1 to retrieve email sent to any ofrepparttar 148804 addresses.

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