To dear Dottechies,
I am sure we all have experienced for at least once in our lifetime, the need or rather 'want/desire' to send emails to others without letting them know it is from us. (in other words, email anonymously or if used often and for bad purposes, it is called SPAM). Well, here is one way that I know of for you to use 'anonymous email'.(I prefer you use it for good purposes only but if you decide to SPAM others using this method, I am not gonna be held responsible in any way)
Well, I am sure you guys do know of disposable email address/temporary inboxes. Well, apart from getting less spam, do you know that you can also use these services to spam others (although it is not meant to be done)…Yes, you can spam others using disposable email address/temporary inboxes such as Yopmail.com.
But, you will have to be smart. There is no built-in feature in Yopmail which allows you to send emails to others..What you need to do is to:
2. Check for new email. You should receive the email that you have sent to yourself.
3. Forward you so-called "received" email to your own personal email address (or actually anyone else's email address such as your friends and family).
Theorically, it should work but honestly speaking, I have tried this on my own and it does not work 'YET" . I do not know why but my 'friends' say this worked for them; hence, that's why I am sharing this 'trick' with you guys.
NOTE: With this method, you can "SPAM" others and at the same time be quite "ANONYMOUS". I am not so sure about the IP address issue or anything like that but one thing is for sure, you can hide your information (name, etc.) from people you send emails to.
NOTE: Once again, PLEASE do not use this method for spamming…(although I 'purposely mentioned the word SPAM in the article…simply to get attration dudes; 'marketing gimmick' haha..)
I haven't tried it, but this looks like it would do the same thing
Oh well, amnesia…
Yes, http://www.sendanonymousemail.net/ indeed does the same thing BUT there is a slight difference…
Firstly, a lot of us know what sendanonymousemail.net does. What else? Send anonymous email of course…
But since it is "too popular"(Oh yes, it is "too popular", if you don't believe me, all one have to do to discover it is simply through a Google search for "anonymous email", it would appear as the first result.), it is even 'blocked' by Hotmail…(Well, I have friends who have used sendanonymousemail.net before and it 'worked' for them but only for a temporary period of time..It seems that their 'targets' had somehow managed to 'block' emails from sendanonymousemail.net..And for your info, these 'targets' were using Hotmail..So, based on common assumptions, I would say Gmail too would 'block' such mails. But well, anybody can prove me wrong…
On the other hand, disposable email address/temporary inbox services are meant for RECEIVING email and get less spam and were not meant for SENDING emails anonymously…(but as you should know by now, this CAN be done by following my earlier mentioned method). Due to this so-called 'hidden-feature' of disposable email address/temporary inbox services, I believe most email service provider such as Hotmail, Gmail would not 'block' them as they were not meant for sending SPAM unlike sendanonymousemail.net…Again, you can prove me wrong here.
That is why I decided to share a 'not-so-typical' way of sending anonymous email. I had earlier thought of telling about sendanonymousemail.net but decided not to simply because it is such a common and easy way (too easy till it can render useless for some users)..
Anyway, I stilll wish to thank you amnesia for posting about http://www.sendanonymousemail.net/ .
If not for you, other Dottechies might not understand the reason for me posting such a 'tedious way' instead of something easier and more typical…
NOTE: I really hope you, amnesia (and other Dottechies) would understand what I am trying to say…If not, I am so sorry…I have tried my level best..
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