It never ceases to amaze me how quickly my e-mail accounts accumulate spam. In my opinion, the problem is that everytime I go anywhere online, I have to register for something! I have to register to read the newspaper, to blog about what I read in the newspaper, to promote my blog about what I read in the newspaper, to download software to filter spam generated by my blog … It never ends! One solutions is to use disposable e-mail accounts. Below, I’ve listed every free disposable e-mail service I could find. Of them, my favorite is Jetable, but you can try them out for yourself.
No registration required:
DodgeIt No registration required. RSS feeds. Receive-only.
Don’tReg No registration required. Choose your own alias.
Jetable No registration required. Provides mail forwarding. Account expiration is adjustable. Several languages.
MailExpire No registration required. Provides mail forwarding. Account expiration is adjustable between 12 hours and 3 months.
Mailinator No registration required. Receive mail display on site only. Accounts expire automatically within hours.
MyTrashMail No registration required. Accounts expire after 12 hours.
PookMail No registration required. Accounts expire after 24 hours. Multiple languages.
Spam.la No registration required, no frills. Everything sent to any Spam.la account, is displayed publicly, but also display just your account.
SpamHole No registration required. Provides mail forwarding. Account expiration is adjustable. Choose you own alias.
TempInbox No registration required. Provides RSS and Atom feeds, receive only, supports many different languages.
Registration (Ironically) Required:
E4ward Requires registration. Provides mail forwarding. Allows multiple aliases.
KasMail Requires registration. Allows up to 25 aliases. Aliase expiration is adjustable.
MailNull Requires registration. Provides mail forwarding. Prohibits excessive use.
SneakeMail Requires registration, provides mail forwarding.
SpamGourmet Requires registration, provides mail forwarding and aliases which automatically expire after a certain number of e-mails.
SpamMotel Require registration. The service provides mail forwarding and access through desktop clients.
I’d also like to point out that BugMeNot makes these sites unneccessary. Bugmenot is a database of shared account login information for all sorts of sites. It’s been in my bookmarks for years, and I recommend checking it before you take the time to register for anything online.