MailDrop is a free throwaway e-mail address. It's temporary. It's transient. It's disposable. It's meant for those times when you don't want to give out your real address. Just give someone any e-mail address in the maildrop.
Spamgourmet provides disposable, optionally self destructing, email addresses that get created automatically the first time they are used, forward messages, and then automatically expire after number of specified messages received.
Guerrilla Mail gives you a disposable email address. You can give your email address to whomever you don't trust. You can read the email using Guerrilla Mail, click on any confirmation link, and even reply.
Forget about spam, advertising mailings, hacking and attacking robots. Keep your real mailbox clean and secure. TempMail provides temporary, secure, anonymous, free, disposable email address.
YOPmail’s free, quick and feature rich service guards you against spam, phishing and other online abuses. Protect your actual email, instead use YOPmail’s disposable one to sign-up wherever you want. YOPmail creates temporary inboxes of your choice instantaneously.
Mailinator is a throwaway email service that lets you use the @mailinator.com email domain to receive email at no cost. The email is publicly accessible by anyone but it's also easily disposable. With this, you can signup for services to try them out and not have to worry...
Bouncr allows you to hide your permanent email address behind an '@boun.cr' address. You then share it however and with whomever you wish. Anytime you're receiving unwanted emails, simply cancel your Bouncr address and it's gone.
Tempr.email is a service for temporary email addresses (Temp mail), also called trashmail addresses or fake email addresses. The service was founded in 2004, at that time still under Discardmail.com and later Spambog.com. Tempr.
Harakirimail is a free disposable email service. Just send email to firstname.lastname@example.org and let us deal with the email (and all spam). And after 24H the email performs harakiri (seppuku), and you never have to see it again.