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Archive for March 25th, 2011

How can I generate a consistent but unique value that can coexist with GUIDs? – The Old New Thing – Site Home – MSDN Blogs

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/03/25

For later reference:

How can I generate a consistent but unique value that can coexist with GUIDs? – The Old New Thing – Site Home – MSDN Blogs.

–jeroen

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Some LinkedIn sender addresses you can use for filtering

Posted by jpluimers on 2011/03/25

Years ago, I set some filters on incoming messages from LinkedIn. Boy I was wrong: the filters were way to generic, resulting in too much mail skipping my inbox.

Here is a run-down from LinkedIn sender addresses I got mail from over the past couple of years:

  • answers@linkedin.com – the Q&A part of LinkedIn
  • communication@linkedin.com – some generic overview statistics reports ???
  • connections@linkedin.com – connection confirmations
  • connections_dev@linkedin.com – connection confirmations (seems not to be in use any more)
  • emailconfirm@linkedin.com– confirmation of email address
  • groups-noreply@linkedin.com – group announcements
  • group-digests@linkedin.com – digest group messages
  • groups@linkedin.com – individual group messages
  • invitations@linkedin.com – incoming invitations
  • member@linkedin.com – invitations / direct messages
  • messages-noreply@linkedin.com – direct messages or CCs of messages
  • requests-noreply@linkedin.com – group introductions
  • updates@linkedin.com – sitewide updates, notification of email bounces
  • linkedin@em.linkedin.com – ??? correlation unclear (only 10 msgs)

Have fun adjusting your mail filters!

–jeroen

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