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Why use temporary email addresses?

Posted: December 11, 2021 by Patrick

What are temporary email addresses?

Temporary email addresses are exactly what they sound like – temporary. While your normal email address might be many years old, a temporary email can last for as little as a few minutes. The addresses they generate are often quite random, but that’s okay as they’re only short lived and are often only used once. That means they’re easily copied, pasted then forgotten. Disposable email services often only allow you to receive emails in order to prevent abuse.

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What’s new in version 0.0.2

Posted: November 7, 2021 by Patrick

Version 0.0.2 has just been published to the Chrome Extension Store for review and I’m hoping it will be approved and in the hands of Inboxes users in a short while. While there’s no new features in this release, a fair amount has changed under the hood. This post aims to run you through what’s chaged.

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How to create a temporary email for fb

Posted: August 17, 2021 by Patrick

There will be times where you don’t want to join a platform fully or provide them with all your details. In some cases, you might wish to get a temporary email for fb (Facebook), or maybe even sign up to Reddit without giving them you actual email.

If you do use a temporary email for fb, it’s critical that you can keep accessing that address as password reset emails, important security emails and other communications may need to reach you. Further, a disabled address is a good warning sign that the account is ripe for closure.

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How to create a temporary email for 1 week or more

Posted: July 23, 2021 by Patrick

Sometimes you just need to create a temporary email for 1 week or more, be it to sign up to a new product, service or newsletter.

Creating a new Gmail or Hotmail account is too time consuming, and you’ll need to log out of your account each time you want to check them. That’s why we created inboxes.app, a simple browser extension which creates as many temporary emails as you’d like.

There’s no time limit what so ever. You can keep your temporary email for 1 week, or you can use it and delete it immediately.

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Give inboxes.app a go, and say goodbye to spam 👋

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