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Section - 9. How can I register a munged address?

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Before registering a munged address, please read the Address Munging
FAQ at <URL:http://www.faqs.org/faqs/net-abuse-faq/munging-address/>.

If you would like to munge your From: header (e.g., luser@NOSPAM-foo.com),
send a message to mjd-clpm-register@plover.com with a line in the body
of your message that looks like this:

    Address: luser@NOSPAM-foo.com

where the bits after the colon form the address that will appear in the
From: headers of your posts.  NOTE: doing this will cause
`X-Unverified-Address: yes' to be included in the headers of each of
your posts from that address.

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