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Friday, August 31, 2007

10 Minute Mail: Temporary Email Goodness

How many times have you tracked down something of interest only to discover a road block on a site requiring you to create a new account? Very often that's a deal breaker for me, not only because of the time factor, but also due to the potential cat out of the bag that providing a real email causes later on. Shortly thereafter the SPAM mail starts rolling in. Well, no longer. Enter 10 Minute Mail. The email account you can apply for, no questions asked, that expires after 10 minutes. 10 minutes is generally enough time for all auto-responders to send the typical confirm email, and in this case, it shows up on their website instead of a client side email app. Sweet! Your MIS department will love you for this.

( via the brilliant Lifehacker )

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