The Bottom Line
- Spamgourmet aliases are created by using them
- Reply address masking
- Alias creation can be controlled with a password
- Spamgourmet aliases can't be set to never expire
- Expiration by date would be useful
- Mail to an expired Spamgourmet alias simply disappears
- Create unlimited disposable email addresses that automatically expire after 1-20 messages.
- More fuel can be added manually to refill a Spamgourmet address that has run out of messages.
- Spamgourmet aliases are created by using them.
- Abuse can be prevented by requiring certain words in the new address, or even a password.
- Reply address masking replaces your real email address with the appropriate alias when in replies.
- Trusted senders or domains can always send mail through any alias (even expired ones).
- An alias can be assigned an exclusive sender that can always send mail through it.
Guide Review - Spamgourmet - Disposable Email Address Service
Spamgourmet also has an advanced mode, of course, offering almost everything you could wish for in a disposable address service. Addresses are created by using them, but can require a password, and while they, too, expire automatically you can add fuel to them later, or set up a white list of allowed senders (so the problem is limited to people or lists that change their From: address).
Using reply address masking, Spamgourmet can replace your real address with the alias in replies, too.