This is a small utility to test the syntax of sieve-scripts as well as check what actions a script causes given specific e-mail.
This page was originally created by Sanjay Sheth and later moved and rewritten at Fastmail. Seems to work pretty well for testing Protonmail sieves, too.
Based upon RFC 5228.
A service that allows to receive email at a temporary address that self-destructed after a certain time elapses. It is also known by names like : tempmail, 10minutemail, throwaway email, fake-mail or trash-mail. Many forums, Wi-Fi owners, websites and blogs ask visitors to register before they can view content, post comments or download something. Temp-Mail - is most advanced throwaway email service that helps you avoid spam and stay safe.
This repository contains a blacklist.txt of XMPP domains that are used by spammers and do not react to abuse complaints. Servers are added and removed according to the following rules. The track record leading to addition or removal is documented in the respective git commit.
A Dockerized service for running a disposable e-mail service. Can be personal or public. Requires MariaDB. Has an API. Also has a web front end. Requires binding port 25/tcp.
A website that can extract many different sorts of information pertaining to IP addresses and networks, least of all querying several dozen blacklists to see if an address has been flagged as a spammer's.
Harakiri Mail is an online service which allows anyone to create disposable e-mail addresses which are deleted after 24 hours. You can view the message with a web browser, walk away, and never worry about the address again. They have browser extensions which automate the process somewhat if you have great need for lots of disposable addresses.
Each disposable inbox has its own RSS feed: https://harakirimail.com/rss/username
A website that offers email addresses that are only good for ten (10) minutes at a time, though you can opt to extend their lifetime to 100 minutes if you keep refreshing it.
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