Discussion in 'Social Networking Sites' started by teyler, Jul 19, 2013.
See image because I can't post email addresses, this trick is balls deep in amazing though!
ya a very old school but cool trick
one problem though is some websites don't consider + a valid character
True, some definitely dont allow it, but I thought it was a good reminder.
Or just wildcard email domain.com to [email protected]
twitter accepts the most ascii characters between + and @ -_- one valid example you can check @ http://twitter.com/account/resend_password ?ollow.me.via.mail+.^__^.@gmail.com (replace ? with f )
This is cool thanks!
still its works .......
It is based on the fact that Gmail does not recognize anything that comes after a '+ ' symbol. I can't see it working with other e-mailing services but I could be wrong.
wow super sweet, honestly never read this thing earlier on any where. Thanks for the sharing
gmail recognizes what is between "+" and "@"
i.e. username+.ï´¾Í¡à¹Ì¯Í¡à¹ï´¿.@gmail.com doesn't work
the accepted ascii characters:
never knew about it .
This a great way to link all your accounts and have them removed in one giant sweep. If you use this method don't be surprised when all your accounts that you signed up for at whatever web property disappear.
This tool do similar work. Creates unlimited version of one gmail that can be used for sign up !
Good ole school tip
A better trick I use all the time. Own a single domain, set up [email protected]
Yes mate its a very very old trick..
I had been using this trick since i started IM
Welcome to the internet. This has been around since gmail began, but im happy that your happy.
really good trick.. i have never read about it before lol..
A MUCH better trick is to wildcard it to your OWN domain and KEEP it there!
WHY would you want to forward it to Google for them to know all your business?
Also about ALL email allows a period in the username so any (whatever you're signing up for) that allow signups with periods is good to go! :thumb:
Just saying .....
Enjoy ..... :cool2: ..... popzzz ~ BlackHatWorld.com
Separate names with a comma.