- How to use it
- It's simple. When you need receiving mails, just tell a sender your disposable mail address. If he or she sends a mail you can check the message in your inbox.
- What are three view options?
- There are mails that contain just a text but a HTML document too. The buttons are for viewing these messages separately. A text cannot include images or other visual objects. A HTML document could show you hyperlinks and images. The raw message option is useful when you want to look at full message including headers, in original state. If you save a raw message as an .eml file it can be opened by an e-mail client like Outlook.
- I see letters broken
- This is a kind of encoding problems. If a sender didn't follow communication protocols we cannot decode a mail because we don't know what to use to decode it. ESE will automatically detect and convert a subject of a mail even it wasn't encoded, if it was written in one of Korean/Chinese/Japanese.
- Big attachments are not supported. A message of which body is too big may be rejected.
- How to check attachments?
- You can check them by clicking the raw message button, saving it as an .eml file and opening it with mail clients such as Outlook or Thunderbird.
- I have a domain. Can I use it with ESE?
- Yep. The instructions are in the custom domain menu.
- Do I need to touch my website in operation, to link my domain to ESE?
- Nope. Just a MX record of DNS settings need to be changed. it isn't related to your website.
ESE provides you with ...
Why are there so many websites demanding important privacy information? It's too inconvenient that people must sign up for a website in order to see just a little data. It would be better if guests are allowed. To prevent incoming spam mails, we need to hide our e-mail address. Besides, sometimes you may want to conceal who you are especially when using secret sites. ESE provides you with many disposable e-mails helpful in these situations.