You can use the alias when subscribing to a newsletter, signing up for a new account, giving your email to someone you don't trust. Not only an alias can receive emails, it can also *send* emails. An alias is a full-fledged email address.
Later if you can simply block or delete an alias if it's too spammy.
When you give away your personal email online, there is a good chance that your email address would end up with a spammer or a hacker. SimpleLogin acts as a firewall for to protect your personal email inbox.
What distinguishes SimpleLogin:
- Open-source and easy to self-host. The self-hosting is based on Docker and could be run on almost any Linux server. The hosting instruction is on our repository at https://github.com/simple-login/app
- Powerful features if you have a domain (only available at premium plan).
- Generous free plan: there's no cap on bandwidth or number of replies/sends. The Free Plan is enough for protecting your personal email. Premium Plan targets at more "advanced" users with features like custom domain, unlimited alias or catch-all alias.
- Open Roadmap with exciting upcoming features: email directory, extension for Safari, mobile applications, etc. Feel free to check it out on https://trello.com/b/4d6A69I4/open-roadmap
- Export your data: allows you to change the service provider if someday you decide to leave SimpleLogin 😢.
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- Last updated
- 17 days ago (1 Feb 2020)
- MIT/X11 License
- Version History
Fix a bug with alias prefix