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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.
How about Hushmail? Hushmail offers private, secure free email accounts. Email is encrypted and spam/virus scanned.
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!
You can forward all incoming messages via the Forwarding and POP/IMAP settings tab. But you can also forward messages by creating a filter. Unfortunately, there's no way that I know of to order the filters and stop processing the remaining filters if an email matches certain criteria. I have started using aliases for each website, such as ...
No, there is no way to this. The ask box cannot be edited except for the iFrame. If you are looking to conceal the identity of those who ask from your followers, you can ignore the ask message and ask it again anonymously yourself incognito.
http://www.dropitto.me/ allows anyone to upload files to a special folder within your Dropbox. It's similar to is-it-possible-to-allow-an-anonymous-person-to-upload-to-my-dropbox-folder but does not require you to create a special form and use your own HTML page. Additionally, it notifies you via email when a file is uploaded. It does require Dropbox, ...
Seems like you are over thinking this one. You should create a second account. It would allow you to keep them separated. You can be logged into more than one account on youtube at a time.
I contacted SurveyMonkey support about this concern. Their response confirms their lapse in consideration of respondents' privacy. Indeed, the details of the settings are up to the creator to verify.
SurveyMonkey gives full control to survey creators We give all the control to the survey creator and they determine how public or private to make their survey results. once you get survey URL via mail, clicking into that URL proceeds you straight to survey without any interim point to inform you about whether survey anonymous. so if it is not, survey ...
Dropbox Forms from JotForm looks like it would solve this problem. You can create a form that will allow someone to upload a file to a JotForm\Send a File directory under your Dropbox account. If they filled out the form you'll also get a PDF with information from the form. [Lifehacker review]
ZendTo may do what you want, or you might have a look at Moodle, which is a virtual learning Environment but one of its features is for students to submit files/documents for review by designated course leaders.
This question: Looking for a cloud type replacement for local FTP and e-mail file transfer might have something useful.
I believe that most document management systems will allow this sort of configuration. Specifically OpenDocMan supports this, and I expect that DocMgr would as well.
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