Email is one inherently essential part of a domain. Setting up a new domain means handling email and spam. After decades of spam, I am still unsatisfied with most best practices to handle it, and unfortunately, digital signing has not caught on yet. One popular strategy is filtering spam characteristics, which seems like a reactionary arms race similar to malware, and in these cases, reacting seems like a losing strategy. For now, I will try reverse filtering. That is, email is filtered for what appears to be genuine characteristics, passing a threshold allows it through, otherwise it is filtered as spam. One upshot is that you can send email to any <email@example.com>.
For most people, you should not have to change how you write email to me; that would be defeating the purpose, and my reverse filter works surprisingly well. As spammers game the system, I will tweak the system, but hopefully this is less of a reactionary arms race or at least shifts more burden onto spammers. Please do not ask for details as I would be embarrassed to explain. I expect that someone with an interest in artificial intelligence could (and probably already has) develop a better algorithm. If you know of such, please point me in the direction, thanks!
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