If you give your email address to everyone, you are bound to receive spam emails, and you won’t know where they came from.
Disposable e-mail addressing (DEA), aims to set up a new, unique e-mail address for every contact or entity, making a point-to-point connection between the sender and the recipient.
It operates most usefully in situations where someone may sell or release an e-mail address to spam lists or to other unscrupulous entities. The most common situations of this type involve online registrations for things such as discussion groups, bulletin boards, chat rooms, online shopping, and file hosting services.
In a time when e-mail spam has become an everyday nuisance, and when identity theft threatens, DEAs can serve as a convenient tool for keeping network users safe and sane.
Here are 7 Temporary Mailbox Services:
1 - [url]https://ssl.trashmail.net/[/url]
2 - [url]http://www.spammotel.com/[/url]
3 - [url]http://www.spamgourmet.com/[/url]
4 - [url]http://www.mailexpire.com/[/url]
5 - http://www.jetable.org
6 - [url]http://10minutemail.com/[/url]
7 - [url]http://spamfree24.org/[/url]
The last, but not the least, here is PookMail, a script to setup your own Disposable Email Accounts System:
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Of course, there are dozens of Temporary Mailbox Services. Beware of sellers of e-mail!
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Lee Li Pop