The Bottom Line
- E4ward.com lets you create, manage and use disposable email addresses easily
- You can use your own domain with E4ward.com
- E4ward.com redirects your reply so the recipient never sees your real email address
- E4ward.com does not offer aliases that automatically expire
- Masking your address in replies is a bit clumsy with E4ward.com
- You cannot manage E4ward.com in groups
- E4ward.com lets you set up unlimited disposable email addresses.
- You can set up custom aliases or use random characters to make guessing more difficult.
- Each E4ward.com can have a memo to help you remember which site or use it was set up for.
- E4ward.com lets you create aliases for multiple real email addresses.
- You can use aliases at your own domain name with E4ward.com.
- E4ward.com protects your real address even in replies by routing them through its servers.
Guide Review - E4ward.com - Disposable Email Address Service
With E4ward.com, these sad facts are still true, but instead of your "real" email address you use an alias easily created for each occasion at E4ward.com. Now, whenever you receive spam through such an alias that normally forwards all mail to your inbox, you delete it, making the spam disappear.
Unfortunately, you cannot set up disposable addresses that automatically become invalid after a certain time or a certain number of emails received, which can be useful for web message boards or Usenet news postings.
You can use your own domain name conveniently with E4ward.com, and your real address is even protected in replies. How E4ward.com does this by modifying the sender's email address so that your reply goes through E4ward.com (where your real email address is replaced with the correct E4ward.com alias) is a bit cumbersome, though, and if you don't pay attention you might include your real address only slightly encoded in the reply.