Temp Mail - Temporary Email @ Google Play Store
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Temp Mail - Temporary Email @ Google Play Store

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Temp Mail provides temporary, secure, anonymous, free, disposable email address.

Forget about spam, advertising mailings, hacking and attacking robots. Keep your real mailbox clean and secure.

Our app is advanced version of services like : 10minutemail, guerrillamail, mailinator, getairmail, throwawaymail, tempmail and others. But much faster and adapted for mobiles.

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Thanks just downloaded for IOS

Looks good thanks.

Is there a temp email I can send from?
This only let's u receive emails

But much more faster!?

coventgamer

Is there a temp email I can send from? This only let's u receive emails



​Guerillamail for example....

never know such app existed. thank you op!

excellent! keep em coming...

Not sure i would let any company using a mail box in cyprus to access my mail even if it junk!

iOS Temp Mail - Temporary Email by Privatix

How is this better than 10 minute mail, which is all web based?

PaulT82

How is this better than 10 minute mail, which is all web based?



Sorry for stating the obvious, but there's no 10minutemail app.

bigjeremy

Not sure i would let any company using a mail box in cyprus to access my … Not sure i would let any company using a mail box in cyprus to access my mail even if it junk!


It is not something you link to your normal email account. This sort of service is an instantly disposable email address - use it for sites that require you to sign up to access them, but don't want any future communication with them. This gets you through the registration process, email authentication / validation links, use the site for what you want, the close it and forget all about it. Any future spam they send goes to a mailbox that no longer exists and they have none of your personal information.

Thanx OP, nice!.

And thanx you others too. :-)

Avenger1324

It is not something you link to your normal email account. This sort of … It is not something you link to your normal email account. This sort of service is an instantly disposable email address - use it for sites that require you to sign up to access them, but don't want any future communication with them. This gets you through the registration process, email authentication / validation links, use the site for what you want, the close it and forget all about it. Any future spam they send goes to a mailbox that no longer exists and they have none of your personal information.



My concern with this program is they let the domains they use expire and this domains are picked up by rogue companies, thus any emails sent to your spam address after the domain expires can be picked up by someone else, theeir might be confidential information or links to reset passwords ect.

bigjeremy

My concern with this program is they let the domains they use expire and … My concern with this program is they let the domains they use expire and this domains are picked up by rogue companies, thus any emails sent to your spam address after the domain expires can be picked up by someone else, theeir might be confidential information or links to reset passwords ect.



Why use personal information and the SAME PASSWORD to setup a spam address?
If you do something so basic as SAME PASSWORD for all your accounts, you're asking for trouble anyways.

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triobot

Why use personal information and the SAME PASSWORD to setup a spam … Why use personal information and the SAME PASSWORD to setup a spam address?If you do something so basic as SAME PASSWORD for all your accounts, you're asking for trouble anyways.



​Couldn't agree more. I use this app to keep track of all my different passwords for different accounts and sites.

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bigjeremy

My concern with this program is they let the domains they use expire and … My concern with this program is they let the domains they use expire and this domains are picked up by rogue companies, thus any emails sent to your spam address after the domain expires can be picked up by someone else, theeir might be confidential information or links to reset passwords ect.



​But this is only for signing up to sites you already don't trust and don't want mail from again. You're not going to use it as your main banking email, more likely for one-off sign ups to forums of your least favourite football team so you can argue with their fans, get banned and rejoin using another fake/temp email. Not that I condone such online thuggery or its usefulness in signing up to torrent sites or Pornhub where your relative anonymity is paramount. If the company folds you lose nothing of importance. Yahoo has the same concept built in to its mail. You can create as many pseudonyms as you like but they are mostly for receiving mail. You can't login with them and as soon as one gets spam you can identify the site that sold your info and delete the temp mail address and never deal with them again.

Always useful. Thanks OP heat!
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