Image: Mailinator

Today’s website is the Mailinator in which a can user create a new e-mail address whenever needed. Mailinator will accept mail for any e-mail address addressed to any domain that arrives at the Mailinator servers,and allows anyone to read it. There is no need to register for an account or authenticate via a password. It is intended to provide users with an anonymous and temporary e-mail address to help reduce Inbox spam.

 

The service was created in 2003 by Paul Tyma.

 

An email box folder littered with spam messages.

An email box folder littered with spam messages.

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