[Tutor] CHORTLING OVER MY KEYBOARD
Fri, 1 Feb 2002 19:16:39 +0100
On 0, kirk Bailey <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Every last one is randomly generated, intended to poison spambots
> harvesting email addresses.
To a spammer, a spurious email address has almost zero extra cost. To the
mail servers of his provider, and the mail servers of any actually existing
domain, the cost is higher. There will be lots of bounces to already
overworked postmasters, and many addresses may actually exist.
Remember that spammers routinely spam *all* six-letter possibilities on
I don't think your script is a good thing.