May 21, 2007

Guerrilla Mail

Posted in Emails, Internet, PC Tips, Tech at 9:14 pm by anonymous

Guerrilla Mail is disposable temporary email that will expire in 15 minutes. You can read and reply to emails that is sent to your temporary email in the given time frame.

  • No registration and logging
  • Disposable
  • Email address given automatically
  • Expandable lifespan (15mins each time)
  • It’s free!

This service is good, you can register for forums, malware, spyware, and anti-virus applications without having bugged by their newsletters, junk-mail, and subscriptions. Note: Do not use Guerrilla Mail for banking, and materials containing important information.

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3 Comments »

  1. Jones said,

    There are several of these kinds of websites out there. I use http://www.mintemail.com. In my experience, mintemail is the best one. It automatically copies the email so you don’t need to press CTRL+C. Also, you don’t need to refresh the page to check if your email has arrived. The webpage title is automatically updated when you recieve an email….

  2. cococokie said,

    Nice alternative, MintEmail has minimal input, very good as well. Another similar service is email.BugMeNot.com.

  3. cococokie said,

    Here’s a list of 19 more temporary emails from Ghacks:

    1. Mailinator is one of the best and top rated disposable email services that gives you a temporary mailbox on the following address format e.g. something[at]mailinator.com
    2. MyTrashMail is another good temporary mail service that gives you a mailbox in the address format e.g. something[at]trashymail.com and also gives you secure temporary mailbox if you signup.
    3. MailExpire stands out in the crowd by giving you the option to have a temporary inbox ranging from 12 hours expiry to as long as 3 months.
    4. TemporaryInbox is yet another simple and easy to use temporary email service that gives you an email address in different formats.
    5. MailEater gives you a free temporary email inbox in the format e.g. something@MailEater.com
    6. Jetable not only allows you to set the life span of your temporary email inbox but also allows you to forward the mails in your temporary inbox to your real email address.
    7. SpamBox gives you a temporary email address in the format e.g. something@spambox.us and also allows you to set the lifespan of your inbox.
    8. SpamHole provides you a 2 hour long temporary email inbox at the address format e.g. something[at]spamhole.com
    9. 10MinuteMail generates an easy 10 minute email inbox for your temporary email needs.
    10. DontReg is one bigger, better, faster and safer temporary email inbox solution.
    11. TempoMail is one new temporary email inbox services that give you spam-free mailbox.
    12. TempEmail aims to give you a fast, anonymous yet secure temporary email inbox.
    13. PookMail is a multi-language temporary email inbox service that gives an email address in the format e.g. something[at]pookmail.com
    14. SpamFree24 is a new multi-domain temporary email inbox service which is growing rapidly.
    15. KasMail requires registration, allows up to 25 aliases, can set aliases to expire after a certain amount of time.
    16. SpamMotel requires registration, provides mail forwarding, mail can be accessed through desktop e-mail clients, can reply to e-mail from your real e-mail address using SpamMotel e-mail.
    17. GreenSloth requires no registration, receive-only, e-mail expires automatically after a week.
    18. AnonInbox requires no registration, simple, no frills.
    19. Spam.la is a fast disposable email service which requires no registration, no frills. You can see all spam being sent to all Spam.la accounts, or just your own.


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