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Add wildcard support for spamgourmet addresses

Spamgourmet.com allows a user to create disposable email addresses on the fly. That way a unique email address can be used for each web site you sign up for. The structure of an address is identifier[.##].username@spamgourmet.com, where the identifier can change per site and [.##] is an optional max number of emails you want to receive. Because a different address is used for each site it is currently impossible to query HIBP for breaches of all sub-addresses, like *.username@spamgourmet.com. Allowing wildcard search and notification for spamgourmet addresses (or its many alias domains) would enable users to check on any of their disposable addresses.

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      • IT should work now! commented  ·   ·  Flag as inappropriate

        This was discussed at length in another thread requesting similar for gmail's use of + in their addresses. I'd love it too as I use a different <email>+<sitename>@gmail.com for every website I register on.

        Troy's feedback was he's crunched the numbers and can't justify the commitment of time given the low % of addresses using the convention mentioned.

        It's a shame because I have to consider re-naming all my accounts with the vanilla address so that I can find (and be notified of) the address in a breach.

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