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Margin
An email alias to stop spam once and for all

Brands love to email you. With Margin, apply filters to those incoming emails so you only get the ones you really want in your normal inbox.

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Willie Morris
Willie Morris- Formerly Amazon, Boeing, and Faithbox
The customer support is non-existent, but the service itself does what it's supposed to and has vastly cut down on my trash emails for me.
Ayrton De Craene
Ayrton De Craene- Code @ Clearbit
I personally add a + symbol followed by anything with your email address, if that is not good enough for you, you might want to look at Throttle. Throttle lays a handful of handy features on top, besides making the whole system easier to use.
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ImprovMX lets you forward emails from your domain to your personal inbox. You can create aliases to redirect any mailbox and even use webhooks to connect your emails to your app.

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Medium
I always had a passion to work with emails. SMTP, POP, and IMAP are filling my stomach with butterflies (something must be off in my brain) and after having sold VoilaNorbert, I was still eager to build Python code that connects to SMTP servers through sockets...
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Stop email interruptions, receive emails 3 times a day

Say Adiós to unnecessary interruptions!

How it works:

1. Emails only get delivered into your inbox at the times you specify (e.g. 7am, 1pm and 5pm).

2. Choose email exceptions, which will always be delivered immediately (e.g. grandma@gmail.com)

3. Need to access an email urgently? No problem - just click 'Deliver emails now' in Adiós.

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An open-source, disposable email service 💌

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

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Testing.is("a piece of cake")
This is a more detailed breakdown of the 14 hour timeline involved in InboxKitten.com prototype, and the hours after refining the product. For the original article on the project see here Welcome! This is how InboxKitten is being created, we have two person, Eugene Cheah and I ( Jia Ming Tiong), working together to create this product.
Testing.is("a piece of cake")
As a disposable inbox does not need to keep emails for more a few hours, we do not need a full `SMTP + FileSystem + Database` setup, which would be a huge pain and expense to set up.
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