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Temporary Email

If you are tired of receiving spam mail then this is a great tool as it quickly provides you with temporary and disposable email addresses. Simply copy your address or assign a new one and you will instantly be able to start receiving emails to your disposable inbox - all emails that you receive will be displayed in the inbox above.


How do I use it?

Get started with 4 simple steps

1. Copy your disposable email address () or change it.

2. Use the address on your desired service.

3. Wait a few moments for the email to be sent.

4. When the email is sent it will be shown in the inbox above.

Anonymous

Choose between anonymous email addresses that work on nearly all services.

Free

TemporaryMail.com is free of charge and you are not required to create an account.

Safe

All emails are viewed through secure iframes and all external requests are blocked.

Questions and Answers

If you have other questions then feel free to use the contact page.

How long are emails kept?

Each email is saved for 6 hours and once expired it will be permanently deleted.

Where do I see if I've received an email?

In the box above you will be able to view if you've received any emails to your address.

How do I change the email address?

You can change the randomly assigned address, by pressing the "Change Address" button found above.

Can you recover deleted emails?

Unfortunately, when the email expires it is permanently deleted without an option to recover.


What is a temporary email address?

A temporary email address is synonymous with a disposable email address and is used so you don't have to reveal your own real email address.

What are temporary email addresses used for?

Most often it is used for a simple one-time purposes such as to bypass an email verification process in order to avoid revealing your real address and signing up to an endless amount of spam and newletters.