There is a lot to do and we're positive that you'll enjoy your stay. There is a new level of interaction between our members by starting a journal or discussing topics in our forums. Do you know that some providers does not allow different characters than alphanumeric? It's done that way to prevent confusion (and possibly impersonation). [email protected], where "alias" can be any alphanumeric string (with some limitations I don't know).I'd rather not have [email protected] my mail simply because somebody left a dot out when typing my address of [email protected]
In short: [email protected]= [email protected]@= [email protected]@= Homer. You can see this if you try to sign in with your username, but adding or removing a dot from it. If you'd like something less verbose, Wikipedia's page on email addresses simplifies understanding their use (and probably reasoning) well.:-) Also, you can append anything to your username with " something" and it'll still come to you.With this you can create unique email addresses for certain things and then filter on it or just be able to tell which sites are selling your email address to spammers. If you'd like to have a dot in your username, please ask your domain administrator to add your preferred username as a nickname.If you are looking to post a bicurious personal ad, look no further!It's never to late to fulfill your curiosities and fantasies.