Prorootect

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#1
Here: http://notsharingmy.info/ - Free service, NO registration.

Quote:
'We'll give you an obscure email address that you can give out whenever you want to remain anonymous. All mail sent to that address will be forwarded to you.'

Another quote - by Hacker 10 – Security Tips, in 'NotSharingMyInfo a permantent email forwarding address' read: http://www.hacker10.com/computer-security/notsharingmyinfo-a-permantent-email-forwarding-address/ :

'Free disposable email address
There are many disposable email address (DEA) services but they are limited in time which means you have to get a new email every time you open an account and you have to use the webmail interface they provide you to retrieve email. NotSharingMyInfo will automatically send all email to your real email account and the forwarding address they give to you will not be deleted, you can reuse that very same address to recover passwords if necessary, a feature requiring the email you previously used for registration.

If you start to get spam you can cancel your NotSharingMyInfo email address asking for a cancellation email link to your real email address. The best feature of this privacy email address is that it is very quick to open an account with them, you are asked for zero details to sign up, just an email address where to forward the messages is necessary, a Chrome browser addon to create a disposable email address is available.'


Edit: Hacker 10 link added .. sorry!
 

McLovin

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#2
I have one like this that is built in to Yahoo mail that you can get.
 

Umbra

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#3
Cocoon addon for firefox has this kind of feature.
 

moonshine

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ESET
#4
I do know some non-permanent services but they're a bit of a hassle in my opinion. I don't like YMail and Cocoon so I just might try this.