If you want to sign up for a site which requires an email address to send a validation email and you don't want to give your real email address - here are top services that let you get temp email address.
offers temp email addresses, to create an account just send
emails. Service does not assign you an email address, you
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is good temporary mail service that gives you a mailbox
in the address format e.g. firstname.lastname@example.org
QuerrillaMail provides you with disposable e-mail addresses which expire after 15 Minutes. You can read and reply to e-mails that are sent to the temporary e-mail address within the given time frame.
MailExpire provides throwaway address, and allow you to have a temporary inbox from 12 hours to 3 months.
BugMeNot Email - use when forced to register for a site often you'll need to provide an email address to receive a 'verification' link.
SpamBox - with this service you can create a temporary e-mail address that will forward all incoming mail to your usual e-mail address. Simply enter your e-mail address and the life time of your spambox and we will generate you a temporary @spambox.us e-mail.
SpamMotel requires registration, provides mail forwarding, mail can be accessed through desktop e-mail clients, can reply to e-mail from your real e-mail address using SpamMotel e-mail.
Jetable provides you with a temporary email address. As soon as it is created, all the emails sent to this address are forwarded to your actual email address. Your antispam address will be deactivated as soon as the selected lifespan will expire.
PookMail.com is a disposable email account system. Use PookMail.com to avoid giving your personal email address to suspicious websites.
10MinutesEmail offers a temporary e-mail address. Some of the e-mails sent to that address will be shown automatically on the web page. You can read them, click on links, and even reply to them. The e-mail address will expire after 10 minutes.
E4ward - Allows free e-mail forwarding using a temporary alias to block out spammers. It also allows the users to set up aliases for their previously registered domain name.
GishPuppy - Offers free disposable email forwarding service for blocking spam.
MailMoat - Provides disposable email forwarding addresses which automatically die after a date or a number of forwarded messages set by user, or can be killed at any time.
Sneakemail - Provides disposable e-mail addresses to communicate with businesses that are not fully trusted, then immediately delete the addresses if spam starts coming in through them.
SpamGourmet - Provides disposable e-mail addresses. Users can also set up rule sets for trusted or permitted senders.
Spamex - Offers commercial disposable email address solutions.
TempInbox - Offers free, receives only temporary email accounts. Also supports RSS feeds of incoming emails.
Spaml - An instant disposable email service with less user interaction. It is a "no-click" service, where the user does not need to click to get the disposable address.