If your email address is on a website that's been online for a while you're being blasted with unsolicited email (SPAM). You can delete it or you can eliminate much of it in two simple steps.
Step 1: Scramble Your Email Address
It isn't human visitors to your site that are causing problem. It's website spidering SPAMBOTS. These spambots go out on web and harvest any email address they can find. These harvested email addresses are then sold by unscrupulous *spam pushers*.
Your goal is to hide your email address from spambots, but still display it for your website visitors to see. If spambot doesn't recogize your scrambled code as an email address it won't harvest it.
Search web for scripts that will scramble your email address. You will find many free scripts and some that you can purchase. Some are simple and easy to install. Others can be a little more complicated.
The one that I like is called EScrambler. It is a free script developed by InnerPeace.org. You can visit their site and copy source code (permission given on site). Or, go to http://www.webdesignwisdom.com/escrambler.shtml.
An example of *email@example.com* in escrambled form:
Step 2: Send Spam to Your Auto-Delete Account