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Protect Your Users Email With PHP and MySQL


Eric reports how you, as a webmaster, must know how to protect your readers and members email adresses with the email.php file.

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By: Eric 'phpfreak' Rosebrock
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March 14, 2003
TABLE OF CONTENTS:
  1. · Protect Your Users Email With PHP and MySQL
  2. · Creating Your Custom Mail Function and the 'email.php' Script
  3. · Email.php Code Breakdown
  4. · Conclusion

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As you may have figured out, I value this method and I consider it an absolute necessity for any webmaster. Nothing upsets me more than a website that has my email address accessible to the public. Even though I run my own email servers and I can create a junkmail account, I think this is a pure hassle and none of us should have to do this to participate in websites. My honest opinion is that if you don't use this method or a similar method, you're failing as a webmaster. You should protect your readers and members at all costs.

Here's a few references that we've used in this tutorial:

  • mail
  • switch
  • while
  • foreach
  • break
  • Variable Variables

Enjoy!
phpfreak


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