.:: Email Diversion ::.
[Free Email Diversion] We can provide you with a email free "your_name@juggler.net" address which redirects all email to your existing account.

To sign up for your free email diversion package, simply send an email to forwarding@juggler.net telling us what you would like your Juggler.Net email address to be (eg your_name@juggler.net) your name, and the email address you want your email forwarded to. - Easy!

If you want to cancel, or change your Juggler.Net details at any time, simply send an email to the above address and we'll make the change as soon as possible.

:: But what about Junk mail and viruses?
As juggler.net is a free service we don't currently provide any automatic filtering of junk email or 'spam', or computer viruses carried by email. We can suggest a few ways to protect yourself however:

:: Filtering spam email
To filter out spam in your email client, you can try: or point your juggler.net address to a Yahoo! Mail or Hotmail mailbox or similar that provides free spam and virus filtering.

:: Protecting yourself from viruses
If you haven't already got up to date anti-virus protection, you should install some as soon as possible! There are a large number of anti-virus packages available, but the following are some of the more common ones. Many anti-virus products will only be licenced to receive updates for a specified amount of time. If you have anti-virus software installed, check it regularly to make sure it is still keeping itself up to date.

:: Preventing spam in the first place
Prevention is better than cure, and if you follow the following advice, you'll reduce the number of spammers that have your email address.
  • Don't put your email address as a clickable link on a web page, in fact don't put it as text at all, but as a picture or graphic. For more ways to hide your email address, see http://www.metaprog.com/samples/encoder.htm
  • Don't put your email address in newsgroup postings (i.e. Google Groups or the IJDB rec.juggling gateway) without modifying it - for example you could use me_REMOVE_THIS_BIT@juggler.net instead
  • Don't ever reply to spam, or try and remove yourself from the mailing list using the link they send you in the spam email - it only confirms that your email address is active
Juggler.Net was the brainchild of Patrick Clyne but is currently being run by a group of rather lovely volunteers. If you would like to volunteer your services, or donate money toward the costs of hosting the service then please get in touch!
The Juggling Edge has loads of useful information for jugglers of all abilities, including club and event listings to help you find jugglers in your area.
JuggleHub and the ##juggling IRC channel are worth checking out as well.