Tempr.email · L'anonimo Trashmail / usa e getta Indirizzo e-mail

What is Tempr.email actually?

What is Tempr.email actually?

Tempr.email is a service for disposable e-mail addresses.
Use Tempr.email there, where you don't want to use your own private e-mail address.

So you can protect yourself from spam and unwanted newsletter!

If you do not know what temporary email / throwaway email addresses are, then visit the page: Why using temporary eMail / Temp-Mail addresses?


All features at a glance

  • Use on Desktops, Tablets & Smartphones
  • Receiving Text & HTML e-mails with file attachments
  • Writing, forwarding and replying of e-mails
  • Print & Save (EML-Files) e-mails
  • E-mails are stored 30 days
  • Different domains available
  • Some domains allow a password protection
  • Use your own domain - privat & anonymous
  • Inbox as RSS and ATOM feed possible
  • Direct inbox access by bookmark possible
  • Manage your own spam list
  • Fast e-mail reception & powerful hardware


And this is how it works

Possible initial situation: You should enter your email address at an unknown website.
Question: What happens with this e-mail address? Sale, spam or newsletter?
Now it's time to use Tempr.email!

1. Choose an email address in connection with one of the available domains
For example: something@tempr.email.

Currently you can use the following domains:

  • tempr.em
  • discard.
  • di
  • discardmail.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • spam
  • spambo    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • spam
  • 0815.r
  • btcmail    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • knol-power.
  • ha
  • fre
  • smash    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • s0ny.ne    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • i6.cloud
  • i6    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • pecinan.n    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • buda    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • l
  • hotmailp    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • yahoopr    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • attne    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 1mail.x24hr.
  • from.onmypc.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • now.mefound
  • mowgli.junglehear    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 2.tebwi
  • 2.
  • janc    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • bangsat.i    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • k    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • ko    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • barrabrav    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • myf    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • gabox.stor    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • yourspamgoesto.spa    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • pecinan.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • budayat    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • katergizmo.
  • mailbox.r2.dn
  • PW.r4    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • r
  • sex.dns-cloud
  • bratwurst.dns    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • DVX.dnsabr.co
  • MXP.dn
  • MXP.dns-cloud
  • APPLE.dnsabr.
  • opend    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • CR.cloudns.a    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • TLS.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • M    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • B.c
  • s
  • sweetxxx.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • DVD.dns-cloud.n
  • DVD.dnsabr.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • BD.d
  • 123.DNS-cloud.ne
  • 456
  • 789.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 4    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 60.Vo    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 90.Volvo-XC.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 40.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 60.V    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 90.Volvo-X    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • a.yertxenor.t
  • b.yertxen    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • YX.dns-clo    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • SHIT.dns    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • SHIT.dnsabr.c    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 10.dns-clou
  • 20.dn
  • 30.dns-cl
  • sky.dnsab
  • ubuntu.dnsab
  • ubuntu.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • HBO.dns-    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • HBO.d    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • GM    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • GMX.dns-clo    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • ABB.d
  • ABB.D
  • VISA.dnsab
  • VIS
  • eu.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • eu.dns    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • asia.d
  • 8.
  • Yop.dnsab
  • Yop.Dns-Clo    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • pw.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • mm.8.dnsabr.co    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 23.8.dns
  • hitler.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • hitle
  • emai    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • pw.Em    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • terrapuz.ddns.ne
  • 8-8.ddns.ne    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • 8-8.sytes.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • v250.t    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • v250    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • v    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • v25    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • v2    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • v250.dns-clou    (Note: Password protection is possible)


Hint: Do you own an unused domain? Then use it on Tempr.email ...

2. Check the mailbox and read the e-mail (if necessary)
Is it necessary to verify the e-mail address through a confirmation link, then check the mailbox by this link https://tempr.email/it/ and read the e-mail.

3. Finished
That's it. Simple, right?

If you no longer need this e-mail address, then simply forget.
The e-mail address dont't has to be terminated or canceled.
But you should delete your received e-mails, if they contain personal information.

Existing e-mails are automatically deleted after 30 days.