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Messages have been a quick proficient way of communicating online since the late 90s. As a business owner or service supplier, almost every online entity on the planet – be it an individual or an organization – has an email address. Suppose you wish to reach a specific organization, you have two choices. You could visit the website and get the organization's contact information from that point. But we should suppose the website does not have this information. At that point, you could use the Email Privacy tool to access it.
The Email Privacy tool comprises of a single field and a "Submit" button. Enter the URL of the website you need the email address for. On "Submit", the results display the status and email address(es) of the webmaster. At times, the status will specify "No Email Found!" This does not imply that there is no email address linked to that specific site, but just that it has been scrambled for security purposes.
Despite the fact that the Email Privacy tool demonstrates useful in getting access to an organization's email address, it is a double-edged sword. The tool can be used by spammers maliciously to dump unsolicited mail into it. A scrambled email system is known to counteract destructive spam-filled email and go above and beyond by securing the system from viruses and malware. The final say, obviously, is of the webmaster, whether he needs his email address to remain public or private.