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** Use An Email Form **
Another way to cut down on spam originating from your own website is simply not to display an email at all.
Instead, allow customers and prospects to contact you through a form where they fill in fields, click a button, and your website emails you their message.
A note of caution: make sure form script you use does not keep your email address visible in form code.
If form code contains email address, spam robots can find it even though you don't see it on page.
** Make It Hard To Guess **
Sometimes you'll get unsolicited email because a spammer guessed your email address.
It's not a far stretch to imagine that someone probably has email Jim@yourdomain.com, so spammers will do a "dictionary" attack on common usernames.
One way to defeat this is to place a "dot" (.) in your email address, such as Jim.Edwards@yourdomain.com. The dot makes it virtually impossible for spammers to guess your email address.
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