Justin French wrote:

> simple str_replace() stuff will get the address into a mickey at disney
> dot com format... but the link needs to be done with javascript, and you
> have to accept that it will not work for everyone.

    What about if I made the link point to another PHP script that will then create
the valid link and push the browser to it (through header location)?  Will
harvesters be able to capture this?

    I mean, I've seen cases where the link looks like this:


    Which when clicked on, translates to the real address.  So if I have my script
generate something like that for email, will harvesters be able to capture that
information and translate it?

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