Send Email Anonymously (3)
One of the Internet's greatest features is its (at least potential) anonymity. Find out how to send emails without giving your name by chaining remailers.
Simply not telling your name and using an "anonymous" email account are two ways to send emails anonymously. While they offer only limited amounts of security and anonymity, using a remailer allowed us to effectively hide our name and email address.
While our email address and name are not visible in the email itself and cannot be retrieved from it, the path our message takes is possibly a simple one: it goes from the sender directly to the remailer, which sends it directly to the recipient.
Obscuring the path a bit more can further increase the level of anonymity and security. To do this, we use not one, but a number of remailers in a chain. We send our message to remailer A, which forwards it to remailer B, which in turn forwards it to remailer C. The latter then delivers our message to the intended recipient.