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# Simple script to run through the list
# and spit out the domains that still
# respond with an MX record.
require 'resolv'
def validate_email_domain(domain)
Resolv::DNS.open do |dns|
@mx = dns.getresources(domain, Resolv::DNS::Resource::IN::MX)
end
@mx.size > 0 ? true : false
end
File.open('./disposable-email-provider-domains') do |file|
file.each_line do |domain|
domain.strip!
next if domain.empty?
if validate_email_domain(domain)
puts domain
end
sleep 0.2
end
end
@ibllex
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ibllex commented Nov 9, 2021

This is another good choice: https://24mail.ibllex.com/

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Double5peed commented Nov 22, 2021

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KartikShrivastava commented Dec 25, 2021

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joshuajhall87 commented Dec 28, 2021

@somera
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somera commented Dec 28, 2021

@joshuajhall87 please fix

24mail.ibllex.com/
https://www.noopmail.org/

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joshuajhall87 commented Dec 28, 2021

@somera
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somera commented Dec 28, 2021

In the list to:

24mail.ibllex.com
noopmail.org

@joshuajhall87
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joshuajhall87 commented Dec 28, 2021

They are both in the list

@somera
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somera commented Dec 28, 2021

I know. But if someone will use this list, than you should write

24mail.ibllex.com instead of 24mail.ibllex.com/
noopmail.org instead of https://www.noopmail.org/

@joshuajhall87
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joshuajhall87 commented Dec 28, 2021

ok, edited for you.

@somera
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somera commented Dec 28, 2021

Thx!

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sinnorman commented Jan 13, 2022

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CaptainFalcon92 commented Feb 18, 2022

Hello.

Got ishop2k.com on temp-mail.org
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aksdevac commented Feb 19, 2022

reimondo.com from temp-mail.org

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Fahad11-dev commented Feb 23, 2022

https://github.com/Fahad11-dev/Laravel-Disposable-Email
you have to use this package, There has all disposable domains

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LukaszTlalka commented Mar 14, 2022

I created and help manage a disposable emails repository on assetsapi. If someone is looking for an up to date dataset of disposable emails and disposable email suppliers here it is: https://assetsapi.com/lukas/disposable-emails/v1.0.0/readme.md

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7c commented Apr 10, 2022

Thanks for this dist. We have started https://github.com/7c/fakefilter as a fully automated approach to watch temp/fake-email providers. We are constantly watching them from dedicated servers and try to detect new domains as fast as possible and auto-update the repo. For now, added JS interface but will add Go/Python Interfaces. I have mentioned this gist in the README. I will be watching this dist for updates about the provider. Any help to submit new providers is appreciated. Daily updates and new providers will come next days/weeks

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VianneyMI commented Apr 14, 2022

Is there a Python package (regularly updated) to check that an email address is not temporary ?

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boognish-rising commented Apr 16, 2022

I've said this in the past and I'll say it again. I totally understand why this project exists, as there are bad actors that use temp email services for malicious ends however, in a world where one's privacy is constantly invaded, sensitive data continuously collected and sold to the highest bidder, identities stolen, etc., etc., can those of your that maintain and actively develop this repository not agree that there are legitimate reasons why one might look to employ a temp email service, that they might get the slightest degree of separation between themselves and their online persona, i.e., a collection of data points that corporations, "the powers that be" etc. have proven that they see immeasurable value in controlling the flow of said data or at the very least, in having unfettered access to it. I could go on and on about the problems inherent with big data and the threat it poses not just here and now but more alarmingly, it's our future(s) they're staking claim to and they're doing it in such a way that most people aren't even cognizant of it, so long as they remain tapped in to whatever convenience, ecosystem of apps etc. that they've become dependent on.

Not only would I not know how to spam someone or some entity, the email addresses that I have created in the nearly decade since I've been using them (I use one service and one only) all exist to this day, just as any "legit" email client/provided addresses would . In fact, one could make an argument that there's very little stopping one from using Gmail or Yahoo as throwaway email services, I know I have.

I didn't take the time to type up this rant just because I like to hear myself huff and puff. I genuinely believe there's a middle ground that not only allows a project like this one to remain relevant and effective at weeding out the bad actors, I'd wager that it could be made more relevant and effective at serving it's intended purpose if we were to work together.

What I'd love to see is, instead of being greeted with error messages when attempting to register for a service, which allows for zero exceptions to the flawed assumption that the use of a temp email service presumes the end user must be a spammer or otherwise up to no good or scheming at something nefarious - have some further authorization or confirmation that the user isn't a bot. I wouldn't mind providing my personal email address to, for example, a service that stands between service/content providers and I, provided that 3rd party service had a transparent, plainly stated (not legalese) privacy policy and preferably a proven track record once they'd existed long enough to show for it.

I am more than open to discussions on how we might meet in the middle on this if there's any such desire on the part of this project and its devs/maintainers but I really couldn't stand another moment of being cast as a villain and the target of disdain just because I don't want my online privacy invaded (more than it has already been) and want to maintain some semblance of something faintly resembling online security.

Also, as indicated in some of the comments, it truly is a game of cat and mouse and a neverending one at that. The current landscape, parameters and dichotomy of the players involved in the situation that largely govern how its events play out are such that, similar to the war on drugs or the larger criminal justice system and the existing approaches at curtailing it; another is bound to rise up from the ashes of those that came before it. Even only using a single service for legitimate reasons, I don't think I've ever been completely unable to register for something or otherwise use a temp email address (again, not temp in my case but more like anonymous and spam free) to complete a sign up process. Sure, I've been met with the message (some nastier than others in how many & the types of assumptions that are alluded to and sometimes outright stated plainly as fact) that the domain I provided wasn't allowed but between the dev providing new domains at a fairly regular clip and also provided limited use domains, I've succeeded in finding a domain that wasn't flagged nearly 100% of the time.

And once more, to reiterate, any/all of the services I was successful in signing up for using a temp email service, I still maintain the account to this day. In fact, it's more likely that the service I signed up for shutters than I am to reap whatever gains one could possibly collect in exchange for an email address only to steal away without being my end of the bargain. The only difference is in how overrun with spam my main personal email address has become and/or how targeted the ads and my general surroundings are as a result of what I sign up for, purchase, search for, etc

There, I've why did my two cents end? While I'm sure I could go on and on ad infinitum because that's about where this ends. I'm satisfied. I at least got the gist of my point across. If you want to delete it, feel free to delete it, but I can rest assured that I said my piece. I'd love to discuss further how we might extend the reach and effectiveness of the project at curtailing malicious/bad actors in whatever way they utilize services such as these, so long as we leave room for the handful of folks like myself that truly just want to maintain a bit of privacy where they're online activities are concerned. I really do believe that there is a middle ground that would be a sort of win-win for the good guys here.

PS - Please excuse any typos as I have to get to work and didn't have time to go back and review the transcription of my rantings, but hopefully you can read through the lines and I'll go back through and touch up anything necessary once I have a few spare minutes.

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jclusso commented Apr 29, 2022

@boognish-rising I didn't read your entire rant, but it's really very simple. 99% of the users are spam and abuse. If you want to protect your privacy, you don't need a temp email to do it. Go make a junk Gmail account and use that whenever you want to sign up for a service you don't trust. Simple as that.

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Huluti commented May 12, 2022

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mubariz9876 commented May 31, 2022

Add gutlub@wifaide.ml to list

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mubariz9876 commented May 31, 2022

I made a list of all the disposable domains removing duplicates in one single google spreadsheet file:
https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1mjsFhWf8EgncqZ-NrIV2gEF08WxAMzYw/edit?usp=sharing&ouid=100759758808009600251&rtpof=true&sd=true

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paulverbeke commented Jun 2, 2022

@boognish-rising I've read your rant and I share your concerns. An aliasing service like SimpleLogin completely solve all of your grievances: spam, privacy, open-source, trusted, track record, multiple domains to avoid unfortunate restriction on some services, etc.... SimpleLogin, AnnonAddy, or Firefox Relay.
We, developpers, just have to differentiate between a legitimate aliasing service and a temporary disposable email service, and just ban the latter.
Moreover using a temporary disposable email service is a privacy and security problem nowadays: anyone can recover sensitive information and/or stole your account my using "reset password" and using the link in the mail because it is public by design ;)

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winrid commented Jun 2, 2022

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