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Comment My solution (Score 1) 506

I use a hyperlink with an image for the arial (@) sign that links to a page. The link would look something like href=em/?u=contact.

I'm a php guy, so the code on the page goes something like this:

header("Location: mailto:$");

Easy breezy covergirl!

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