Ever wonder how spammers find and email you all that "junk" They do so by using robots that retrieve your email address from your webpages, and add it to their spammer's list. Here's a script to prevent spammers and email harvesters from finding your email address on your website. The below email address link is unretrieveable by spammer robots. Simply update the variables with your email information and relace your mailto: links with this script.
Syronex anti-spam email address encoder helps prevent email address harvesting from web pages, while preserving the ease of use and flexibility of standard e-mail links. With the automated encoder, webmasters can now submit contact pages with many email addresses, and non-technical users can avoid having to deal with HTML altogether. New: place an encoder box on your own website.
Verifies that a string looks like a real email address. It may return false for some valid exotic email addresses. To correct this you may want to edit the valid_chars string in the Validate_String function.
Email Riddler is an online tool that encrypts and transform your email address into a series of numbers when displaying it, making it virtually impossible for spam harvesters to crawl and add your email to their list. View Tool Highlights.
SafeMailto email address encoder helps avoid email address harvesting from web pages while preserving the ease of use and flexibility of standard e-mail links. There are many antispam email encoders on the web and many people don't use them because they doubt of their efficiency. SafeMailto is a strong and efficient protection system, and we explain why we make this claim.
Floating Email-This-Link is Windows compatible. This script creates a floating layer with an email-this-link script in it. The layer can be positioned anywhere on the screen, and it will float to that position whenever the window is scrolled. Enter the recipient address and click the send button, and the visitor's email client is opened, complete with a message in the email body that includes the link for whatever page in which the script is placed.