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EmailOnDeck alternatives and competitors

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Fast and free temporary email address in 2 easy steps. Private and secure. Disposable emails that just work.

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  • Throttle

    3 reviews
    Stop giving out your email address

    I just use Throttle for a week. Everything word as what I expected.

  • Blankstamp.io

    Send incognito emails, without anyone knowing who you are.
  • Temp Mail

    2 reviews
    Giving away your real email address when using the Internet is not always the best choice, Get your temporary email for free in just seconds.
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  • InboxKitten

    1 review

    Inboxkitten is an open-source disposable email service (powered by serverless kittens) that you can freely deploy / adopt on your own!

    - Github

    - Website

    Inboxkitten is built with the following

    - Vue.js for mobile friendly UI

    - Go Lang for CLI

    - Express.js for API

    - Mailgun for Mailserver

    - Firebase+GCP+TravisCI for deployment

    As a Software developer, I often use this type of disposable email service to try out new products and services that made the email confirma…

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  • Mailet

    Mailet is a platform that generates temporary email addresses that expire after one hour. You can sign up to websites, social media, and read the incoming emails from our UI or API. It can also help you to avoid spam and increase your security.
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  • Maildim

    Maildim is the premier site for all things relating to temporary, disposable, and throwaway email addresses. It helps users to avoid SPAM, protect their online privacy, and stop them from having to give away their personal email addresses.
  • ManyMe

    1 review

    ManyMe automatically provides and remembers a different address for every new registration, concealing your true identity so you can save your primary email address for family and friends.