I like to try websites out before tying my identity to them. How do you do it? Simplelogin? I honestly won’t manually make a new gmail for every new website I try and I to want the option to see what emails I get.

  • Atemu
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    16 months ago

    How do you reply to emails to your catch-all?

    • capital
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      6 months ago

      Hit reply.

      This is why I just moved from protonmail to Fastmail. With Fastmail I can send from arbitrary addresses using my domain. Why it’s not that simple with proton is beyond me and now that I’ve tested everything with Fastmail these past few weeks, I see it’s a choice.

      I almost signed up for simplelogin but realized I was being sold something that should just be included. Plus setup was convoluted as fuck.

      Meanwhile Fastmail is intuitive so far.

      • @[email protected]
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        56 months ago

        But in some cases you don’t want to use arbitrary addresses, but the exact same that was used to send you an e-mail. For me this is necessary and Simplelogin hides my real e-mail address. Additionally, I can with ease deactivate addresses and minimize spam by a lot.

        • capital
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          6 months ago

          I can reply from ANY address from my domain including the exact one that was used to send me an email.

          I can “deactivate addresses” by sending messages to a particular address straight to trash with rules.

          Edit: turns out Fastmail has a masked addresses feature built in, separate from a catch-all. It’s basically simplelogin built in, if you want to enable it. Proton is looking more and more overpriced.

        • capital
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          16 months ago

          If I were a professional spammer, the first thing I’d do to clean the address list I have is to strip out plus addresses. It’s a simple regex.

          On how to filter, I can send any address straight to the trash apparently just like simplelogin. I’ll know who sold or leaked my info because it’s in Bitwarden and I can just search my vault to see who I handed that particular address to.