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- Nov 23, 2020
I can't see how it would contribute to much if any spam. Even if your email is in public whois, that's where they are going to get it from - no auth code request form needed. As long as they don't allow you to attach a message, spammers have nothing to gain by requesting auth codes on your behalf.
I never said it would, I stated it would be easy way to harass a company, and it would.