We at Inbox.com understand the importance of reliable email services, especially when it comes to temporary email addresses. We strive to provide a seamless and dependable experience for our users. However, sometimes unforeseen issues can affect even the most robust systems. In this blog post, we will explain the recent downtime of our temporary email service and why it was due to an OVH power problem.
Thoughts and rumblings on temporary disposable email and it's place in the world
Introducing Our Upcoming Mobile App: The Ultimate Solution for Temporary Email Inboxes on Android and iOS In today's digital age, protecting your privacy while staying connected is crucial. Have you ever needed a temporary email address to sign up for a service or access content, but didn't want to share your personal email? We have exciting news – a revolutionary mobile app is in the works, set to redefine how you manage temporary email inboxes on Android and iOS.
We would like to add a new feature to the API which enables users to add custom domains they can self register.
I thought I was improving the product, but boy was I wrong. What some of our users want is permanent inboxes
We just launched inboxes.com, which works on the nada temp email platform and using AI finds great discount and copun emails from major retailers in the US. Check it out on https://inboxes.com
We have a full native Android app in beta testing, to register for the beta please enroll here https://oronoa.typeform.com/to/mch76S
Temp email is a tough business. We aim to give users the ability to get stuff without paying for it with their privacy, obviously for some shops and marketing types this is annoying. It’s a bit like a cat & mouse game.
It’s always interesting to guess what our users are using the nada service for. When I started writing airmail, the first version of nada, I was just looking for a way to test startups I was finding on sites like product hunt while not wanting to deal with all the drip marketing emails this involves.
The nada temp mail just passed the 1000 installation mark on chrome extension store. And that’s without robots and other dirty tricks!
After lots of weeks in development we just launched a new version of Nada with a better faster UI and new smtp server engine. Unfortunately during the upgrade we managed to destroy the DB with all old messages