What is Discard.email actually?

What is Discard.email actually?

Discard.email is a service for disposable e-mail addresses.
Use Discard.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!


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 Discard.email!

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

Currently you can use the following domains:

  • discard
  • discardmail.co
  • discar    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • spambog
  • sp    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • sp
  • 081
  • h
  • s0ny.ne    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • t    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • p
  • 0815
  • sweetxxx    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • jobbik    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • zak
  • freelance-
  • webc
  • fast-mai
  • mail-
  • instantmai
  • bt    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • kno
  • hart
  • freundin.r
  • breadti    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • cyber-phone
  • premium-m
  • dis
  • ecolo-online
  • p
  • web
  • waza
  • used-product.f
  • cyber-innovat
  • reality-concept.clu
  • las
  • disign-revelatio
  • art-en
  • sola
  • smashmai    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • social-    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • phus8k    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • cont
  • sho    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • jet-renova    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • estate-i    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • mailspam
  • 7ddf32e.in    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • my
  • t
  • yandere
  • pal    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • mrbl
  • bloxter.cu.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • vir
  • colorwe
  • bungabun
  • s.bungabunga    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • naturalious.c
  • indonesianher    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • personal-email    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • r
  • rr-1.cu.
  • rr-2.cu.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • rr-3.cu
  • trebusinde.    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • t    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • mail70    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • ma
  • mail    (Note: Password protection is possible)
  • pep
  • mail4you.
  • mmail.ig
  • s-s.f
  • 3ew.usa
  • mao
  • 001.igg.bi
  • 291.u
  • 4
  • 8
  • yy-h2.
  • h2-yy.n
  • sasa2
  • ladymacbeth
  • arias

Hint: Do you own an unused domain? Then use it on Discard.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://discard.email/fr/ 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.