Hivelogic's Enkoder

Dan Benjamin teases us with a forthcoming version of his Anti-Spam Email Address Enkoder, due later this week. I'm thrilled by an option I dreamed of months ago when I discovered Enkoder:

A shareware version for use on a server or at the command-line for automated, on-the-fly address encoding and more.

Yes! I will be able to continue providing simple email links to real people on my sites without the inconvenience due to spammers harvesting those addresses. I find that publishing names and clickable email addresses is far better than shielding them behind impersonal contact forms, it gives a human face to a corporate site. All I need now is a good server-side script that will encode those addresses on the fly.

Thanks Dan!

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