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Email posting uses normal email messages to post to your journal or a community. Your PIN needs to be embedded in the email address, subject, or body of the message. Embed your PIN by prefixing it with the + symbol. You must be sending the message from an email address on your "Allowed sender addresses" list. If you embed your PIN in either the subject or the body, it will be automatically removed before posting.

Posting via email permits many options to be set on a per message basis. Because of this complexity, we've separated examples into different topics. Please select from the list below:


[ PIN usage examples >> ]

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