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By: Peter O

Sun, 03 May 2009 03:01:28 +0000

I found the artcle short on useful detail & very lacking in "best" recommendation. The replies are generally of more use than the introductory article. What I wanted was the ability to create a simple Alias address ( for example abandc@......... ). That way I could use it without checking a complex mixture of letters & numbers that I have no hope of remembering. ShieldedMail appeared to allow this but my test message was rejected. not very easy & one or two of the other sites were equally complex & unuseable.

By: Temporary Email Extension for Firefox - Ken’sTechnology Blog

Wed, 02 Jul 2008 09:20:35 +0000

[...] Email Extension for Firefox Jul.09, 2006 in Email I´ve written an article about disposable email services in march and I suggest you go there if you are looking for a list of one-way email addresses. The [...]

By: SmUX

Sun, 15 Oct 2006 14:21:36 +0000

One I've used a lot is CJB... gives you webspace but you also get a catch-all disposable email address (so if I signed up I could then use the email address and it'd auto-forward to the email address I supplied when signing up. If I get a lot of spam from that address, I kill it by setting a custom forward to a fake email address :-) You need to turn email forwarding on before this works, BTW...but you then have unlimited email addresses you don't need to previously set up (once you do the initial setting up of the account anyway)

By: Free File Hosting

Mon, 25 Sep 2006 12:42:31 +0000

A free good one is

By: haha

Sun, 23 Jul 2006 11:48:54 +0000

I have been using for the last few months and have found it to be quite good

By: sp*mgourmet

Tue, 18 Jul 2006 23:01:48 +0000

I use spamgourmet. has some capabilities the others don't have. It acts as an email forwarder, and lets you specify two parts in the email address that allows you to track where the email was originally sent. For example, if you join a site called, you would set the first part of the email address to HotGirls, the second is the number of emails you want to forward from there, and the third is your actual Spamgourmet account name. e.g if you are, you'd track HotGirls by giving out the email address This will track at most 20 emails from that address. All of the emails sent to this address is forwarded on to your real email address. This is great for finding out who is selling or giving away your email address, if you get an email to from, say,, then you know that HotGirls sold your email address to

By: Joe Mc.Murfey

Wed, 24 May 2006 19:54:16 +0000

its a bit different compare to your sites: a german site is and an international

By: Christian von Kleist

Tue, 28 Mar 2006 17:42:05 +0000

I put this on the other blog entry, but here it is again: is simple but fast. Thanks for all the tips. I love your site!

By: lortemail

Tue, 28 Mar 2006 10:15:38 +0000

a danish site is