The Bottom Line
- Spamex creates disposable addresses on the fly
- You can create disposable Spamex addresses for others, too
- Spamex's reply address masking protects address in replies
- You cannot create a disposable address at Spamex simply by using it
- Spamex does not support custom domains
- Spamex offers unlimited disposable email addresses, to be used instead of your real one.
- Normally, mail to a disposable address is forwarded to your real email address.
- When a disposable address gets spam, it can be turned off and will accept no further messages.
- In your replies, Spamex replaces the real address with the appropriate disposable one automatically.
- Disposable addresses can be set to expire automatically.
- Black and white list filtering of specific senders is possible across all disposable addresses.
Guide Review - Spamex - Disposable Email Address Service
Spamex makes it easy to achieve just that: nobody gets your real email address, and you use a disposable email address instead. As soon as spam arrives through a disposable address, you turn it off, and it will accept no further messages. That's simple, and it is effective.
Spamex replaces your real address with the disposable one if you reply, and it has even more great features. Spamex aliases can auto-expire after a certain time or after a certain amount of messages, and it is possible to set up one-message Spamex aliases for others (useful on greeting card sites, for example).