Protect Your Privacy with Disposable Tracking Emails
Do you ever wonder who is selling your email address to marketing companies? Or do you ever sign up for services and sites while checking things out but don’t want to end up on every email they send until the end of time? Gave your email address for a 10% off discount? Used it with a sketchy parking lot?
We’ve all been there.
Wouldn’t it be nice to be able to come up with an address on a whim? I’m at Subway and they want my email:
“Yeah, that’s email@example.com“
ExchangeDefender now let’s you do this on a whim there is nothing to set up. Just add any tag+ to the front of your email address and that’s it. Yep, any text you can imagine. Tie it to a specific search like firstname.lastname@example.org so you can create an Inbox filter rule and potentially automation based on the address alone.
Message is still subject to your security policies so if it’s safe it will come right to your inbox.
Yeah but how do I unsubscribe?
You can do the traditional click & pray that the unsubscribe site is 1) up and 2) works.
The cool thing about tracking emails is that they are integrated in admin.exchangedefender.com and you can see a report similar to the daily quarantine report. Here you can see who is sending messages to which disposable address.
ExchangeDefender shows you where the sender got your email address from and where your data may have been compromised or sold.
You have even more flexibility with the address. If you’re starting to get a lot of abuse at the address, just click on the <b>Stop</b> button and we’ll bounce any email sent to that address tag+ address.
Changed your mind? Hit play and the address will be reactivated as usual.