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Send your mails and anonymous mails with fuzzmail

6 December 20084 Comments

Fuzzmail is an easy alternative way to send to your emails. It provide sender and receivers email id’s when you want reply then you can send that mail with your real email id otherwise use any fake id. The recipient will get a private link in his email box to read message. A copy of the fuzzmail you wrote will be sent to your email address. Like this we can easily avoid spammers attack also. Also we are able to send mail without logging-in to your any email account.

Fuzzmail -Email service

Fuzzmail -Email service

What is good about this service:-

Fuzzmail doesn’t need any account, just access the page in browser and send your emails. We are able to send message with fake email id also when we want to hide our identity (your email). This service is good to avoid spammers when we are sending mail to unknown e-mail id. Sometime may be you are in hurry or you are not able to open your e-mail account due to slow connections, in that case fuzzmail is useful because it does not include images ,ads or multimedia graphics like e-mail services. Last but no the least this service is really fast.

I use it sometimes. May be it is useful for you also?

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  • Manav said:

    Nice tool for playing Pranks

  • Sampat said:

    i am using arthemia theme with some modification

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