Most online services require you to register with your email address before you can use them. That’s fine except that many of them end up spamming you later. A solution would be to use a throw away email account to try out a service before you can trust it.
To save you time in this process, we’ve got an innovative Firefox add-on called Less Spam Please. It lets you generate and insert a temporary and anonymous email address right from the context menu in Firefox.
The add-on doesn’t provide a temporary email service though. Instead, it has 3 options you can choose from – YopMail, Humaility and Mailinator. It also adds an option to the right-click menu to go directly to your temporary mailbox. This comes in handy if you need to click a link in the confirmation mail sent by that site to confirm your registration.
- Firefox add-on to quickly generate temporary email addresses.
- You can choose from YopMail, Humaility and Mailinator to get the email.
- Also, visit your temporary inbox by clicking the link in the context menu.
Check out Less Spam, firstname.lastname@example.org/en-US/firefox/addon/207602