12 Unique Email Services You Should Know About

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We all have our regular email accounts on Gmail, Hotmail or any other service of our choice. However, there are times when you don’t want to use your regular email address for one reason or another. For such times, when you need a special type of email, following services can come in very handy to serve your purpose:

Disposable Email:

For all those times when you don’t really want to give out your email address to somebody but you really have to, these disposable email accounts can be very useful. For example, if you want to register for a software but do not want to give your actual email address, you can create a temporary/disposable email account that will expire after sometime.

1. MakeMeTheKing:

MakeMeTheKing is a disposable email service that has a nice interface. You also have the option to delete your emails and get RSS feeds when you receive an email.

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2. Dodgit:

Dodgit allows you to create a receive-only email address that automatically deletes all the messages after 7 days. No signup or setup required, just create a xxx@dodgit.com email address and give it out to anybody you want.
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3. MeltMail:

With MeltMail, you have more control of your disposable email account. You can choose how long your account would exist, 3 hours, 6 hours, 12 hours or 24 hours. Instead of checking your email through MeltMail, your xx@Meltmail.com emails are forwarded to your actual email address.

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Schedule Emails:

For those times when you want to send an email at a later time, there are some very helpful email services that let you schedule your email delivery.

4. DeferredSender:

DeferredSender allows you to schedule emails from any email service or website. You can use it to send reminders, timely greetings or simply send emails at a specific time in the future.

deferredsender 12 Unique Email Services You Should Know About

5. EmailFuture:

EmailFuture allows you to do just what the name suggests, sending emails in the future. No signup required, just write an email, select a date and time and you are done. The email would be delivered on your specified time.

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6. LetterMeLater:

LetterMeLater is another free service for scheduling emails, but it is full of rich features like email attachments, recurring future emails and even creating mailing lists to send group emails.

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Send Anonymous Email:

Sometimes, we don’t want to identify ourselves as the email senders. In such cases, using an anonymous email address is fairly useful.

7. noSPM:

Don’t want your boss to know that it was you who sent an email to the ethics hotline? Now you can do that easily with noSPM. Just enter the recipient’s email address, type your message and click send. They will never know who sent it.

nospm 12 Unique Email Services You Should Know About

Universal Access:

You are at a public computer where Gmail doesn’t work, or for some reason the administrator has blocked access to it. You can use these email services to check your Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and all other kinds of email accounts just from one single website.

8. Mail2Web:

Just enter your complete email address like xxx@gmail.com, you password and click submit. You can check all your email right from Mail2Web. It works with any email hosting provider that has POP or IMAP access.

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9. Fuser:

Fuser allows you to merge your emails and social networking messages all in one place. You don’t need to go to 7 different places to check your messages, just log on to Fuser and see everything in one place.

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You want to send somebody an email but does not want that email to exist for long. These services can help you send a self-destructing email.

10. SDMessage:

Send an email to somebody from SDMessage.com and the message would self-destruct (or rather self-delete) in 60 seconds of viewing. No signup or registration required. You will get a notification when the message has been viewed by the recipient.

sdmessage 12 Unique Email Services You Should Know About

11. KickNotes:

KickNotes i another self-destructing email service, but it gives you more control over the time of destruction. You can choose the number of views after which the email should be deleted, or you can specify a specific time period like 30 minutes or 2 days e.t.c.

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12. DestructingMessage:

With DestructingMessage You create a message and specify a time when the message should be deleted. The messages are sent anonymously and a countdown runs to zero, once it reaches zero the message is deleted without leaving any trace.

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User Comments

  1. John Karko
    June 23, 2009

    I really like MeltMail. It has been quite useful to me in the past.

  2. gray - pythoughts
    June 26, 2009

    Self-destructing email?? how come I’ve never heard of that? haha, nice post :)

  3. Sapan
    October 31, 2009

    awesome list buddy… & nice site too…
    u’ve got some amazing articles.. !! :)

    u got 1 more subscriber… ;)

  4. Bikash
    September 6, 2010

    nice!!i really lik it.

  5. highway
    October 12, 2010

    there are more unique e-mail services allowing to make e-mail 100% authentic. many people would probably want to have an e-mail with only there name used to create it. like jake@dodds.com.

    these guys help get this achieved: nonicknames.com

  6. orsa
    October 19, 2010

    Thanks, Nice list.
    Maybe You should also add http://www.spamgourmet.com

  7. Sumanth Kumar
    July 10, 2011

    Nice list ….melt is awesome..liked in SU.. :)

  8. internet marketing
    July 14, 2011

    Also Mailinator and Dipostable are good ones

  9. crazygunz
    July 26, 2011

    wonderful list! nice read buddy!!