First off, I'm not sure if there is a more appropriate board for this, so mods, feel free to move if necessary... OK, I would guess many of you know this trick, but as I was reading a thread where someone was creating multiple GMail accounts in order to sign up for continual trials of a product, I realized there are some out there who could benefit from this. There are several areas where you could use this to your benefit. Here's the trick: If you have a GMail account, adding a '.' in the account name will still allow the message to be delivered to the primary account. So for example, if you have the account email@example.com, sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org will still be delivered. So will email@example.com - and on and on... Nothing earth shattering, but don't keep setting up new accounts if you can avoid it.