|Subject:||Creating Temporary Email Addresses|
|Creation date:||11/7/16 4:19 PM|
|Last modified on:||1/18/22 9:49 AM|
Users often want to create temporary or disposable, or throw-away email addresses for websites on the Internet. Xeams offers multiple types of temporary addresses, which are summarized in the table below.
|Simple||No configuration||Works when you don't have to reply. For example, when signing up for a mailing list|
|Simple With Expiration||No configuration||Works when you don't have to reply and don't expect any communication after some time. For example, when making a one-time purchase|
|Simple With DOT||Requires some configuration||Works when you don't have to reply. For example, when making a one-time purchase|
|Enhanced||Requires some configuration||Works when you have to reply to sender. For example, when doing some research for purchasing a car. You may want to send and receive emails from your local car dealers.|
firstname.lastname@example.org automatically route to
email@example.com though it were addressed to
firstname.lastname@example.org - Date must be at the end. Email will get delivered but won't expire. email@example.com - A plus (+) sign is not used before date. Email will get delivered but won't expire firstname.lastname@example.org - Email will be rejected since no user exists matching "john.doe_sample"
This option is disabled by default. To enable, follow the steps below:
email@example.com- Ignoring the text that appears after the last DOT, the final email becomes
firstname.lastname@example.org, which is invalid.
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