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3 Comments on “Protect your online assets”
Anonymous21 March 2008 at 17:57
>you make the common mistake of violating the RFCs by not allowing plus character in email addresses, a sure way of alienating some of the people you are targeting..
pve22 March 2008 at 07:01
>@anonymous, which email system are you referring to ?
Anonymous24 March 2008 at 22:37
>your ebook signup through getresponse.com does not allow email addresses with a + (plus) character.