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Asked: Mar 26 '12 at 14:09

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Last updated: Mar 27 '12 at 07:49

Is there a way to contact other IQ Members? Some way that I could get my email addy to them and let them decide if they want to reach back?

asked Mar 26 '12 at 14:09

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Dollar Bill

I assume you mean without disclosing your own email address? There is no way I know of.

All I can suggest is that you create a disposable email account for the purposes of initial contact with another member and, for example, display it in your profile. After it has served its purpose and you have shared your genuine email address with the other person, you can delete that original email address before the spambots pick it up and start attacking it.


answered Mar 26 '12 at 17:16

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Simon Templeton ♦♦

I wouldn't mind displaying my email, or a temporary email with another member if I could do so privately and dirctly, like "Hello member x, this is, would you respond to my email?"

Or are you suggesting I make a temporary email addy, post it to my profile and somehow get the particular member to look at my profile?

Thanks, Bill

(Mar 27 '12 at 00:37) Dollar Bill

There are no private messaging features in the software we use so it would have to be something like the second option you've mentioned

(Mar 27 '12 at 03:26) Simon Templeton ♦♦

Understood, thank you for your timely reply.

(Mar 27 '12 at 07:49) Dollar Bill
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