Emails can be forwarded indefinitely with TrashMail Plus.
TrashMail addresses can last an unlimited time with TrashMail Plus.
Filters incoming messages by a CAPTCHA system.
You can send emails by a SSL secure web form with TrashMail Plus.
After a TrashMail address has been deleted, the TrashMail address name will be reserved for 365 days for the real email address from which it was used last time before it will be released for other real email addresses.
Currently there are 22 domain names available which can be used for TrashMail:
If you own domain names, you can use them additionally at TrashMail.
When someone replies to an TrashMail address, this option can mask the responders email address by replacing the responders email address by the TrashMail alias name (just as host name, domain name and IP addresses will also replaced by localhost, localdomain and the IP address 127.0.0.1).
Each user can define a key which is used in the TrashMail email header to make sure the email was actually sent by the TrashMail system.
To each email forwarded to your real email address, a few header lines will be added to provide some additional information for the TrashMail customer:
If our main server smtp.trashmail.com would be offline, then our backup server mx1.trashmail.com will take over incoming emails. The backup server is located in a different datacenter for high-availability reasons.
Web requests are handled by the encrypted HTTPS protocol.
Customers benefit of an email support with TrashMail Plus.
TrashMail's open server API allows everybody to write programs to use the TrashMail service. Currently the Mozilla Firefox Add-On uses TrashMail server API to create disposable email addresses.