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Can anyone point me to info on the limits of email addressing. What characters are permissable and what is the max length of an address before the @ character.
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Hello Mr. Henry,

  Chances are, these areas are going to be determined by you
Internet Service provider.  Of course you have alternatives
via anonymous email [to anywhere] and gateway mailing to newsgroups.

See these sites for more...

http://www.replay.com/remailer/anon.html

New anon mailers:  http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~raph/activism.html
http://www.cs.berkeley.edu/~raph/ remailer.html

Surf Anonymously:
 http://www.anonymizer.com/

How to post anonymously
  http://students.cs.byu.edu/~don/mail2news.html

 Hope this give you more alternatives and you reach your goal.



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