Boun.cr – Shorten Your Email Address

  • March 21, 2012

Boun.crI know, I know. There’s more disposable email services out there than you could try in a lifetime. DudMail, MailCatch, NotSharingMyInfo… there’s just hundreds of them. So, it’s good to see one that tries to be different from the rest. Boun.cr is a disposable email service that’ll make you think as much of any of the services that were just listed as of a URL shortener like Bit.ly. Because Boun.cr works by taking any email address you already have, and turning it into a shortened address to which all unwanted messages will be sent.

All you have to do to use this service is to supply your existing email address. Boun.cr will take care of generating a short email address from it. And in case you don’t like the one you get, then you can have it customized until it reflects who you are. Or what you do, if you intend to put it to some kind of professional use.

Whatever use you have in mind, once your email address has been created then you can have it shared on Facebook and Twitter straight from the Boun.cr website. The buttons for doing so are the first thing you’re shown once the conversion process is done.

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Dudmail.com – Disposable Email Address

  • August 31, 2011

Dudmail.comNew applications in the vein of Why Spam Me, Postacin and MailCatch never go unnoticed, for the simple reason that spammers get meaner by the hour and they keep on devising ways of collecting email addresses and blasting their tortuous messages from all conceivable angles. The only way to fight them back is by creating even more flexible applications and services. And Dudmail is exactly that.

On Dudmail, anybody is enabled to get a free email address to use whenever he fears that disclosing his “real” address would mean he will be burned for ever and ever. Dudmail will let him parry the attacks of spammers in the most forceful way of all, by having unwarranted messages directed to such a provisional address. And the temporary inboxes one can create through this site come both with email forwarding and support for attachments.

Dudmail, then, stands as a truly practical way to ensure you won’t be added to unwanted mailing lists, and to avoid using an email address that can be easily associated with you. The service costs nothing, and you can get started without even having to sign up first.

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MailNesia.com – Temporary Email Inboxes

  • July 31, 2011

MailNesia.comNo serious Internet user does without a disposable email service. It is too easy to get burned when submitting your real email address, even by companies that look reputable. Services like WhySpamMe and Postacin are around to let one register to pages without disclosing more than it is safe. But if neither of these nor any of the many other disposable email providers currently available seem to satisfy your needs, then you might as well give MailNesia a look. This temporary email provider allows you to handle website registrations without having to disclose your real email address. And it lets you do that in a breeze – you’re not requested to supply any kind of personally-identifiable information. All you must do is choose a user name to go with the inbox you want to have. The messages that are sent there can then be accessed by pointing your browser to the unique URL that is generated; MailNesia inboxes are all patterned along the lines of “[email protected]”. There is just nothing to set up on your side.

And a really ace touch is that MailNesia can take care of automatically clicking on the registration links that are sent to that disposable inbox. So, registering to any service is done not only more securely but also supremely faster.

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Postacin.com – Disposable Email Inbox

  • February 10, 2011

Postacin.comNo rational person gives his email address away to any old site that asks for it. Most people I know have one or two alternative email addresses that they supply when they want to try new services out. And that works out fine, but the thing is that such email addresses remain usable only for a while. Just a few weeks in, they have become completely riddled by spam, and it is time to create a new one from scratch.

Postacin is a service that simplifies everything by letting users come up with disposable email inboxes. These will be operational for a set amount of time only, and creating them is certainly much quicker and easier than creating a bonafide email address.

Postacin inboxes automatically delete emails after four hours, and all emails are stripped from the attachments they originally had so as to keep your computer safe from viruses.

Postacin is a free service. You can register your own username and start using the temporary inboxes that it provides almost instantly.

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NotMyNumber.net – Get A Disposable Phone Number

  • February 2, 2011

NotMyNumber.netI am sure you must already have seen (and used) one of these applications that let you have a temporary email address. And I am equally sure that you found it incredibly convenient. Well, Not My Number is a comparable application, only that here what you are getting is not a temporary email address but rather a temporary phone number.

This phone number will forward any incoming call to your real number. In this way, you will be able to give out contact information to whomever you have become acquainted with, and ensure that unwanted calls will be stopped the moment they begin materializing.

Any number that you get through this site can be used for as long as you want. And you can turn it on and off at will, too. There is no need to keep changing it.

And Not My Number works particularly well with iPhones – the provided application simplifies the management of disposable numbers to no end.

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WebEmail.me – Disposable Email Address

  • January 6, 2011

WebEmail.meTo submit or not to submit your email is sadly not an option when you want to try a new service that has just launched, and that you really know nothing about its creators. If you want to try it, you will have no other choice but to provide your email address when prompted. And suffer the consequences afterwards, even when you were promised that you would not be spammed.

That is why services like WebEmail.me are around. WebEmail.me can provide you with a temporary email address that expires one day after it has been created. That is the lapse of time you will have to read all the emails which are put your way. Once 24 hours have come and gone, the email address will disappear along with all the messages that had landed there.

This is not the first service of this nature that I review, and although I recall seeing a couple that were richer in terms of features (for example, some let you set down the expiry date yourself) WebEmail.me is still useful, and does the job it is meant to do more than adequately.

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NotSharingMy.Info – Get A Disposable Email Address

  • December 3, 2010

NotSharingMy.InfoNot Sharing My Info gives you the chance to have a disposable email address that you can supply whenever any application asks you to submit your contact information. That is something you should never do willingly – not everybody is led by the purest of motives, and the chances of you finding your inbox bombarded with unwanted messages is always there.

Not Sharing My Info aims to put an end to that by letting you get an obscure email address that will link directly to your regular inbox. That is created in just a couple of seconds (you simply submit your real address for the new one to be generated), and from that point onwards you will be able to give that away and avoid being spammed.

Additionally, having one such address means that you will be able to operate under cover of darkness online. For example, you will be able to subscribe to mailing lists without other people knowing that the subscriber is actually you.

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Pepbot.com – A New Disposable Email Service

  • November 30, 2010

Pepbot.comIf you have never used a disposable email service before, this is as good a time as any other to get started. Pepbot makes it easy to get acquainted with the whole concept. It will let you get a ra[email protected] address that you can use to avoid being spammed.

And Pepbot comes with a very cool feature for the confirmation of links, IE one of the main motives people have for signing up for disposable inboxes in the first place. You see, Pepbot can take care of automatically scanning any incoming email and clicking on all the relevant links for you.

In this way, signing up for any new service is cut one step short. And while that step which is cut is nothing heinous, it is something that takes time you might not really have. When you use Pepbot, everything will take place in the same page, and it will be dealt with in a single move.

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Dispostable.com – A Disposable Inbox For You To Use

  • February 4, 2010

Dispostable.comDon’t you get the willies every time you have to supply your email in order to access a service that might not even be worth it in the end? If you do, you are not alone. The likelihood of you being bombarded with spam is increasingly high, and learning about people who had to ditch their original accounts and pick new ones to go by owing to the amount of unsolicited messages that they received is not that rare.

And that is the case even toady, when the technology we have for preventing spam from coming through is better than it ever was.

Taking all that into account, it comes as no surprise that there are services such as Dispostable available. In general terms, it will provide you with a temporary address that you can employ in order to sign up for services whose reputability is unclear. In that way, you can avoid a nasty surprise afterwards.

This service is provided at no cost, and creating an account is as simple as choosing the address that you want to employ as a temporary one. It will end with @dispostable.com. Easy, direct, and – most of all – practical.

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DinkyPage.com – Creating Disposable Pages

  • September 4, 2009

DinkyPage.comDinkyPage is succinctly described as “a free service to create disposable pages on the web”. That is it, really – it does nothing more and nothing less than what it says there.

Generally speaking, you can conjure up a page of your own using an intuitive editor and also by setting down its name letter by letter. The page can also be edited the HTML way if that is what you want to do.

On the other hand, images can not be added to the page that you create. You can, however, add links to pages such as Photobucket and ImageShack for visitors to check out.

Note that the term “disposable” does not mean that the page will expire in due time – a page is only removed if it violates the terms of use. Rather, the term “disposable” refers to the nature in which the site is created and the way you can easily take it off whenever you wish to do it.

I think we all will agree that this is a straightforward service par excellence. If you want to get across a single message or idea and a blog is too much for that, this site will be your wining number.

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