Overview#Email Address (email) identifies an email box to which email messages are delivered.
A wide variety of formats were used in early email systems, but only a single format is used today, following the standards developed for Internet mail systems since the 1980s. This article uses the term email address to refer to the addr-spec defined in RFC 5322, not to the address that is commonly used; the difference is that an address may contain a display name, a comment, or both.
An Email Address such as John.Smith@example.com is made up of a local-part, an @ symbol, then a case-insensitive DNS Domain. Although the standard specifies the local part to be case-sensitive, in practice the mail system at example.com may treat John.Smith as equivalent to JohnSmith or even as johnsmith, and mail systems often limit their users' choice of name to a subset of the technically valid characters. In some cases they also limit which Email Address it is possible to send mail to.
With the introduction of Internationalized Domain Names, efforts are progressing to permit non-ASCII characters in Email Address. Companies like Microsoft, Novell INC has announced compatibility with EAI and companies like Data Xgen Technologies has in fact started offering EAI compatible email server.nj
YourMail+<anything>[at]gmail[.]comEverything after the + is ignored by gmail so you have 1 mailbox and unlimited aliases.
More Information#There might be more information for this subject on one of the following:
- Electronic Mail
- Examples of Evidence
- GCP IAM Policy
- Google Account
- Google Cloud Platform
- Identity Attributes
- Internet Email Address
- JSON Web Token Claims
- Mobile Operator Discovery, Registration & Authentication
- OpenID Connect Federation
- Password Reuse
- Passwordless SMS Authentication
- Personal data
- Protected Health Information
- Sign in with Apple