sMoreMail is free.
sMoreMail uses visitor submitted information as an interactive computer service. sMoreMail visitors identify and catalog public web pages that may send an email when a web form is submitted. Using sMoreMail you can request that your email address be paired with these forms to get inbound email.
This FAQ is your help - unlesss you want to talk with fellow users, make your way way over to the sMoreMail user Chat
Use sMoreMail to train your spam filters. If you are not an IT professional you can still learn at: Email Schenanigan protection
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You will notice a host of spelling issues throughout the sMoreMail echosystem that have been intentionally placed to direct crawlers and search engine to index our content for suitable discoverery by the intended audience. Oddly enough, we have found the properly spelled pages are not indexed in a manner that is helpful to our intended audience.
sMoreMail users find many uses for inbound email. These can including testing your email server, verifying and training your spam filters, learning what other bulk email looks like, or finding something new to read. Because of the large volume of potential email, sMoreMail does not condone using other people's email address with this service. Please treat other people's email with respect and don't sign them up for spam regardless of how much you think it would be funny.
Other techniques like iframes aren't as reliable and if the destination pages choose to rewrite the URL, you'd lose progress on sMoreMail.
No. Your browser submitted data including referrer headers, and IP address are submitted with your requests.
Yes. You can use sMoreMail with any email address that is yours. It is recommended you create a separate email address to use with sMoreMail and then discontinue the email account when you are done reviewing the email. Some sources of email may continue to email addresses you've enter into sMoreMail even if you are no longer using sMoreMail.
Yes, but hold up a second. While sMoreMail tends to work best if you have each field of information filled in, you are not required, or encouraged to enter personal information as sMoreMail has no idea how some websites use the information you submit. Consider using generic information perhaps from a fake name generator.
sMoreMail uses visitor submitted information as an interactive computer service. This service is provided 'as is' with no warranty. If your website has been indexed by a visitor, and you wish visitors from sMoreMail to not interact with your page, you can change the page url, implement CAPTCHA, or implement a mechanism to reject form submissions from visitors that originate from sMoreMail.
No. You may not use sMoreMail if you are soliciting email through sMoreMail for an email address that is not yours.
A good tool to request lots of email from public sources did not exist before 2006. (well, there was a recent one, but we worked out a liscencing agreement, which explains some overlap in our content.)
Milk? No. Just kidding.
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