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|Subject:||Creating Temporary Email Addresses|
|Creation date:||11/7/16 4:19 PM|
|Last modified on:||8/10/18 11:21 AM|
Creating Temporary Email Addresses
Often users want to create temporary or disposable email addresses to use for websites on the Internet.
Starting with build 5873, not only users can create temporary email addresses, but they can also make them expire after a certain date.
Consider the following scenario:
- John's email address is
- He likes to subscribe to some service on the Internet but is not sure if he wants it to be active for more than 60 days.
- Instead of using his real email address, he can use
- Any incoming email received for
email@example.com will automatically route to
Using temporary emails does NOT increase the license count in Xeams. Therefore, users are free to create as many temporary emails as
How it works
Any string followed by a plus (+) sign is considered a tag
. For example, Xeams will deliver email addresses to
as though it were addressed to
Users can specify an expiration date for the email address. This expiration date must be part of the email address and must be in the format: YYYYMMYY. For example,
the following email address will expire after December 31, 2016.
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 won't be delivered since a no user exists matching "john.doe_sample"
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