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Fake email. Why should you use temporary email?

Disposable email is a service, that allows users to generate email address and receive emails at this temporary address. After certain period of time email will be delated and address will be canceled. Disposable email is also called tempmail, 10minutemail, throwaway email, fake mail or trash mail. Why should you use disposable email? To avoid SPAM. Today, a lot of web pages, blogs, forums and services are asking you to register or provide email address to read comments, download content or register account or profile. Next, a lot of this services will use your private email address to send you spam. That is why you should keep your private email address for your family and friends and should use disposable email always for for untrusted websites, to keep you privacy and avoid spam.

Rules of good manners in e-mail communication

Rules of good manners in e-mail communication

Everyone should practice good communication skills whenever they interact with another human being. While many people believe that communication skills only matter when we’re talking to som [...]

Security rules when using email?

Security rules when using email?

Protecting yourself online is essential, as it does not take much to get a hold of if your personal details. One of those essential details is your email address. You would be surprised at the am [...]

When should we use temporary email addresses?

When should we use temporary email addresses?

It used to be so easy to protect your personal email address. All you had to do was let the anti-spam and anti-malware software built into your email addresses platform do its job, and you wouldn [...]

How to make sure our messages don't end up in the wrong hands.

How to make sure our messages don't end up in the wrong hands.

Everyone makes mistakes once in a while, so mistakes are no big deal, right? Well, it depends on the type of mistake you make. Anyone can excuse a typo or a grammar error as long as it does not c [...]