Disposable email - is a service that allows to receive email at a temporary address that self-destructed after a certain time elapses. It is also known by names like: tempmail, 10minutemail, throwaway email, fake-mail or trash-mail. Many forums, Wi-Fi owners, websites, and blogs ask visitors to register before they can view content, post comments or download something. Temp-Mail - is most advanced throwaway email service that helps you avoid spam and stay safe.
Creating and using a temporary mail is pretty easy. Actually, we don't need to create temporary mail. It is already available at some website. We can just go there and use it as we wish. After some time, those mails will be automatically deleted.
No one will be able to see our mails from temporary mail accounts as they are automatically deleted later. But we do not recommend using temporary mail for serious matters like credit card, PayPal or personal accounts. A point to note is that, although temporary mails are deleted but account that we create using tempmail will remain. For example, if we create a facebook account using tempmail named "[email protected]", the mails related to "[email protected]" will be deleted after sometime but the facebook account will remain. If someone gets that mail i.e. "[email protected]" later, he will be able to login to your newly created facebook account.
But we can use tempmail for simple works like email verification or website signup/testing.
There are many websites that offer temporary mail service. We will use "temp-mail.org" website. Click on the link: temp-mail.org.
Click "Copy" to copy the temporary mail shown at the top of the website. Paste the mail where you want to verify. Below is an image of "www.rabb.it" account creation using our tempmail.
Now, go to tempmail website and click on the mail you have received as shown below.
Click verify now to verify your account.
In this way, we can verify any account using tempmail. It saves the lengthy work of a new gmail or ymail account creation. We can also use tempmail at spamming websites where we don't want to use our personal mail.