double opt-in

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double opt-in (uncountable)

  1. (Internet, marketing) The situation where a subscriber to a newsletter etc. first provides their e-mail address and then receives a confirmation request to that address, requiring them to take further action (such as clicking a hyperlink) to activate the subscription.

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