Email prepositions

My topic is NOT similar to GDPR email opt-ins thank you @discobot!

When talking about an email address, which of these is correct

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Hi! To find out what I can do, say @discobot display help.

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Both too informal

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:grimacing:

’I can be contacted as follows;

Email;
Mobile;’

Etc

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and @Safebruv To clarify, this would be in a paragraph of informal text rather rather than anything formal.

Really I just wanted to get a handle on other people’s thoughts, because I keep seeing the phrase “email me on xxxxxx@example.com” and wondering how on earth they think that makes grammatical sense.

i’d maybe say ‘on’ in actual real life conversation but ‘at’ if i was writing it somewhere formally

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You can’t. It’s a domain reserved for use in examples :slight_smile:

http://www.example.com

Thought about this long and hard. Think I just go with “mail twentynine@example.com” in text and speech.

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“You can send an electronic message to me using the following email address - saps@dislegends.cock”

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email me @

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If you wish to contact me please use safebruv@whodaman.com

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please never email me

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email me through name@domain.co.uk

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THROUGH?

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Slide into my dms on www.community.drownedinsound.com

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I can be contacted at th@cherwasevil.com

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What size? I’ve got quite big feet.

inbox me at @ …

that wibbly voice song ffs

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