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I must be a bit more careful. I sent a direct answer to one of our
colleagues on this board, which resulted in my being notified by
admin -at- anon -dot- penet that I now have an anonymous address, which by the way
is an332972. I got that anonymous address because the address to which
I sent my comments was in fact also an anonymous address, despite its
looking rather ordinary. If I remembered the address to which I sent my
comments, I would let you know. Unfortunately, my outgoing-mail records
are in cyberspace, bytes all over the place. But do be careful. Avoid
the trap that I fell into.