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Date: 2017-01-11 11:00 am (UTC)
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A couple of people suggested this, but just to make it explicit what they were suggesting. Do you automatically get all email to @outgrabe, or do you need to set up addresses individually? If you do just get all of them, you can use "blog_facebook" for facebook and "blog_xxxx" for website xxxx (be it a shopping site, or a newspaper that forces you to subscribe, etc, etc). And you receive them all the same. But if one is deluged like this, you can filter that one out (and know exactly which website leaked, or where it was scraped from).

(And several email services offer a special case where even if you only have one email address, you also receive "youraddress+suffix@domain.com" so you can do this, except obviously many websites reject the +.)

I'm sorry, that's likely already obvious to you, but I realised they hadn't quite explained it so I thought I should check.
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