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Is there a service that would allow one to send anonymous emails? Also if not anonymous one that would create a temporary email address.

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I used a couple of times 10 Minute Mail service.

Just found another useful service that allows you to create a temporary email alias: tempalias.

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How about Hushmail?

Hushmail offers private, secure free email accounts. Email is encrypted and spam/virus scanned.

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As far as I know AKA-Post does a similiar thing.

With akapost you can send and receive email from your existing email account, but still keep your actual email address private.

Plus: No costs for you, booya!

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Just because it isn't your email, doesn't mean it is anonymous. The email headers most likely will still be included from what I can tell which will include the server it was sent from, etc. The website probably keeps track of its visitors and there is still traceability.

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