Most web users only have a few email addresses or even one. And when they need to secretly register on the site or deliver mail to a potential spammer, it is convenient for them to use temporary mailboxes. A temporary mailbox has the same normal functions and can accordingly be used for the same purposes. Temporary email addresses are valid for a few hours.
Nothing is more permanent than temporary. Is computer literacy worse? It should refer not only to permanent things and phenomena, but also to temporary things, right? A typical example of inconsistency is the so-called temporary email or temporary mailbox.
If you usually use a familiar e-mail address, why do I need a temporary mailbox?
- Do you write anonymous letters?
- Sending spam?
- No, not because of that. Temporary mail is needed for users who for some reason do not want to report their personal mail.
In order to start using any Internet service, for example a discussion board or gaming site, dating site, you need to register. A valid e-mail box must be entered, to which a link with the registration confirmation will be sent. And then news, advertisements or other unnecessary information, so-called "spam", is sent from this service, site or forum.
Many people do not want to "flash" their real or official email addresses, because then they have to regularly clean their mail of unnecessary alerts. The easiest way to get rid of this is to use a spam filter for these sources. But advertising messages get into the inbox more and more, and even the filter can't hold anymore.
Eventually, the mailbox must be forgotten or deleted. There are several ways to work around this problem.
One of them is opening a mailbox for just such purposes. But the probability that it can be hacked increases. There is a more interesting and profitable option - to create a "temporary" email address! That's why we invented Crazymailing.com!