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“Email tagging” allows consumers to have one e-mail address for every purpose. The attractive feature of email tagging is that it allows consumers to vary their email address to help differentiate when placing orders, shopping, working, schooling, etc., but automatically forwards to the primary email address. This feature on Gmail works in two ways, either with a period or a plus sign. The period works by allowing a consumer to take an e-mail address, JohnDoe@gmail.com, and add as many periods as the consumer wants to the e-mail address, JohnDoe.....@gmail.com, J.o.h.n.D.email@example.com, etc.