Anonymized Email Address¶
This option, activated by default, allows replacing your email address in both the public WHOIS database and at the registry (when this is possible) by an anonymized email address in the form of “email@example.com”. This anonymized email address will forward any mail sent to it to the email address that you provided.
By deactivating this option (by toggling the setting on the domain contact “edit” page for the contact in question), your real email address will be stored in the registry’s database. If you want your real email address to be published in the public WHOIS database, you must also deactivate the hidden WHOIS data option.
List of extensions which do not support the anonymized email address option: .uk, .dk, .ph, .pt, .ie, .homes, .fr (for individuals), .au, .ai, .ar, .bo, .br, .bs, .cl, .cr, .cu, .do, .ec, .gt, .jm, .kn, .ni, .pa, .py, .sv, .tt, .uy, .ve, .vi,.xxx, .be, .brussels, .vlaanderen