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A list of domains for disposable and temporary email addresses. Useful for filtering your email list to increase open rates (sending email to these domains likely will not be opened).

Here's some new ones:





Thanks for this list! I created a module where people can get these programmatically here, Feel free to add to the list there as well.

@ccogdon ... formatting error?


See for a managed list / api accessible database.

@kylie887 is a good site as well.


awesome. thanks for this


See for a managed list (detects thousands more and up to date) with api access (10k requests free per month).


Here’s what you can do with
1. Think up and give out a Mailimate address any time you need an email address but don't want to get spammed.
2. Inboxes are created when email arrives for them. No sign-up required. No passwords. Use mailimate immediately with any username and check inbox.
3. Create a private account to manage your inboxes or use forwarding service to save useful information to your real email addr.
4. Cancel email forwarding at any time.


@alexeiarshavin NameAPI does provide 10k req/month for free, but they also have other limits. Like 500ms response time, 1000 req/day, 300 req/hour, 30 req/minute, and no simultaneous requests. To reduce the limitations you have to pay for the pro service, which is fair, but I think it's a bit misleading to not provide the full set of limitations when mentioning them.


I have created a repo for this and added a bunch of domains (including all from comments here). Feel free to create PR to keep it up to date:


You can add to the list



Spam-Juggler is a free, quick and feature rich disposable email service, that can help you protect your real email address. If you give your email address to the public, - for sure - you are bound to receive spam messages, and you will not know where they came from. Would not it be useful to give a different email address to everyone, like forums or websites (which threaten you with account registering processes), while getting all your emails as before? Would not it be the easiest an alternative email address will be given to spammers, and have it work as a spam blocker by shutting off automatically after a specific time period or a specific amount of received emails over this alternative email address? That is exactly what Spam-Juggler offers! There is no need to download and install any software on your computer - you will have access to this service from all over the world through your browser, and you do not need to register an account to use this service. This is what makes Spam-Juggler one of the best and most convenient and effective anti-spam tools available.


Nice! i was hoping to contribute, the ones i know are already on this list.


The claim that "sending email to these domains likely will not be opened" is misguided and misleading at best. For example, spamgourmet and its alternative domains allow me to discover which web sites share my email address without my permission, which is one of the few effective defenses against spam. Like many users, I open every single message sent to my spamgourmet addresses unless the sender is has proven to be a spammer (this is exactly spamgourmet's purpose after all) which makes your claim just plain wrong.

Sadly, lists like this one have led some web sites to refuse signups to legitimate users, or worse yet, to silently discard outgoing messages to legitimate addresses. Congratulations. You're encouraging broken web sites, lost information, failed communications, increased spam, and just plain bad user experiences. I suggest you rethink this, or at least do a decent job of keeping legitimate domains off of your list.

@vit1251 with Python API and Ruby API


@adamloving is the domain for the National University of Singapore, which I believe isn't spammy? Mind running a check?

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