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Use additional Mail addresses to eliminate your spam April 23, 2007

Posted by Steven in Freetime, Innovation.
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Disposable E-Mail Addresses for unwanted mail

Here is a small selection of very good e-mail services that offer you disposable e-mail-addresses. That means, that you create an address that you can get access to or that is being forwarded to you for a limeted amount of time. After that time-period passed, that e-mail-address will be deleted and can no longer be used. Your privacy will be asured and no web-service will get access to your “real” address.

http://www.spamex.com/
Sign-up Required. First 30 days are free, after that time: 10 USD per year.

http://www.spamgourmet.com/
Free. Slightly strange frontend. Sign-up Required. E-mail can be forwarded and read on their site.

http://e4ward.com/
Sign-up is mandatory. There is a free account: 50MB bandwidth 2 addresses and 1 personal domain.

http://www.mailinator.com/
Very very easy. No sign-up at all. Free. Just pick any address you want at mailinator.com. Even info-at-mailinator.com and so on. Simply type that name into the designated box and you can check your spam mail. Very big disadvantage: Really everyone can read everything!

http://www.jetable.org
Free. No sign-up. Very easy. At first select an address and type in your real e-mail. Than say how long that address should be active. So within an hour everything from xyz123-at-jetable.org will be forwarded to you!

http://www.gishpuppy.com/
Free but you need to sign up. You have some neat management functions and can create a few addresses.

http://sneakemail.com/
Pretty nice service. They say they do not have any commercial ties. But you need to sign up. Afterwards you can create many addresses an delete them whenever you want.

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