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What is called disposable address is an address you use only a few times then throw away. The best example of this is “spamgourmet”:http://www.spamgourmet.com/.
With a username hushpuppy with spamgourmet, you can give out addresses in the form _suspicious.3.hushpuppy@spamgourmet_. The number 3 indicates *this address has a lifetime of 3*. The meaning? spamgourmet will forward the first 3 e-mail sent to this address to you, and after that any further e-mail to this address is just deleted by spamgourmet.
This is very useful, as many times you just need to recieve a few e-mail from a website. (most commonly for confirmation) After that you probably don’t want any “good offers” that the website or its friends will send to you. The number of e-mail can be set up to 20. And the service is completely free.
part 1 discuss how you disguise your e-mail address from spammers, now we will talk about some other useful techniques
subdomain addressing This is a rather new technology and only offered by some e-mail provider. I use “Fastmail.FM”:http://fastmail.fm/ so I will use it as example, it works the same way with “geekmail”:http://www.geekmail.com/, “MailSnare”:http://www.mailsnare.net/, “VFEmail”:http://www.vfemail.net/, “Yahoo! Mail Plus”:http://mailplus.yahoo.com/, etc.
Suppose your user name at Fastmail is hushpuppy, your e-mail address would be firstname.lastname@example.org. Your subdomain address is anything in the form ANYTHING@hushpuppy.fastmail.fm. the part before @ can be anything, and the message will get delivered to your mailbox. Now how is that useful??
SPAM, or UCE (Unsolicited Commercial E-mail), does not endeared itself to anyone.
The most popular method spammers use to get at your addresses is to automatically “harvest” them from newsgroups and message boards. So the first rule is, never put in your e-mail address “un-mungled” when using these services.