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Tuesday, November 05, 2013  

MailDrop - Save Your Inbox from Spam

Use MailDrop when you don't want to give out your real address. Make up your own e-mail address. No signup required - MailDrop is free for anyone to use when you need a quick, disposable e-mail address. Uses for MailDrop include: a) ...want to sign up for a website but you're concerned that they might share your address with advertisers; b) ...publish your e-mail address in a place that it could be picked up by address-harvesting spam bots; c) ...are required to provide an e-mail address to a mobile app that shouldn't be sending you messages; d) ...give your address to companies that have a track record of less-than-stellar security; and e) ...are making a one-off purchase from an e-commerce site where you don't want followup spam about their "latest deals" in your inbox. MailDrop is powered by some of the spam filters created by Heluna, used in order to block almost all spam attempts before they even get to your MailDrop inbox. Even though MailDrop is a disposable inbox, you won't see a ton of spam messages when it comes time to check your e-mail. MailDrop is open source. This has been added to the tools section of Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. This will be added to Entrepreneurial Resources Subject Tracer™.

posted by Marcus Zillman | 3:01 AM
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