How to set up private email forwarding?
Create unique anonymized email alias that will forward all incoming emails to your main inbox.
Keep your real email address hidden
Hide your real email address behind a private email alias.
Mask your email address
Creating an alias allows you to use a different email address with the same inbox. Use one unique email alias for each website you sign up on, and keep your real email address hidden.
All alias you create will immediately forward all incoming emails to your main inbox. You don't need to change the way your read your email.
You can even setup that your SimpleLogin’s alias immediately forwards all incoming emails to multiple email addresses at the same time.
Although SimpleLogin remembers what alias you used for each website, you can customize each alias with a custom name to make is more unique or select the way it is randomized.
All forwarded emails logs are instantly deleted from our servers once the email has been forwarded to your inbox. SimpleLogin does not store or read your emails.
Trust but verify. SimpleLogin codes is entirely open source and accessible to the public. Our product is built with the helps of hundreds of privacy-minded contributors.
Helping +250 000 users to stay anonymous
Seriously, I can’t recommend this enough. First off, they have a really well designed and well functioning app, which is way more than I can say for other email forwarding/disposal email out there. Most are web-based. Secondly, and most importantly, they have privacy and security focused policy. And get this: they don’t paywall essential features. You could literally use it for free. Their premium plan is only $2.99/month, less than a cup of coffee. Please, please, please spread the words if you can. And support if you can. Thanks to everyone at SimpleLogin.
This has been great so far. I received all my forwarding emails without a problem. I like the option to turn off aliases when I want. I like the option to add notes to aliases. I wish the free version allow you to create more aliases continuously- like only 2 per week. I hate that you’re block from creating new alias unless you sign up for premium. If I find another (freemium) service that allows that, I’ll move.
Now i can have the alias forwarded to whichever mailbox i want. On top of that you can use this to hide your actual email address in case of subscribing services, and can destroy the alias if too may spam emails received. This is really awesome.
You’ve just found the right way to do email my friend! Instead of giving out your one address to everybody, create new forwarding addresses easily to give instead, and they’ll all send the emails you get to the same place for you. This gives you much better security, privacy and control over your email. If the company you give the alias to has a breach, you can just replace the alias instead of your whole darn email. If the service you give it to spams and won’t stop, you can easily cut ties right then and there. You can compartmentalize by using different emails for different things, keeping your online profiles from being tied together. Simple Login actually checks all the right boxes: free, open source, easy to use, and bug-free. You can also check out Anonaddy for similar (though slightly harder to use) option, and guerrillamail for temporary emails. Was recommended to me by YouTube channel Techlore, glad to know about this criminally underrated app.
Best email forwarding service and the app is a nice compliment. I still use the website for managing of the advanced features.
Works like a charm. Perfect email forwarder
Frequently Asked Questions
An email alias is an alternate email address that can be used as an alternative identity for sending and receiving mail. It forwards mail sent to the alias to the primary email address associated with it. Aliases can be used to organise emails, protect the identity of the sender, keep mail accounts secure, and to manage multiple accounts.
Using one custom alias for each website as multiple benefits:
Absolutely! SimpleLogin already provides a few domains for our users to use, but you can also add your own domain. That way, you can create email aliases with your own domain.
Only you can use the domain you added to SimpleLogin. More informations on this article.
All emails sent to your email alias are immediately forwarded to the email address of your choice.
Once the redirection is complete, emails logs are deleted from our servers.
SimpleLogin email forwarding is very simple.
- Generate a unique email alias in one click
- Set up the forwarding email address to which your alias will redirect all emails to
- Use this alias when registering on a new website
- All emails sent to your email alias are immediately forwarded to your inbox
- You can reply to forwarded emails, the reply will be sent from your alias so you real email address always stays hidden
Absolutely! If one of your alias is getting too much emails for your taste, you can simply deactivate your alias. Once deactivated, your alias will stop forwarding emails to your inbox.
Yes! Our feature called “reverse alias” allows you to reply to any forwarded email while keeping your email address masked to the recipient.
When you reply to an email forwarded by your alias, SimpleLogin redirects your response back to the original sender and replace your real email address with the email alias known by the sender. That way, you never reveal your real email address and your identity.
Email forwarding means sending a received email message to additional recipients. When an email is forwarded, the original recipient's address and any other addresses in the "To:" or "Cc:" fields of the original email will be removed, replaced by the new recipient's address. The initial sender's address remains in the "From:" field.
You can forward the emails sent to your alias to any email address that you want from any legitimate email providers.
SimpleLogin has been acquired by Proton, we recommend using ProtonMail encrypted emails to better protect your privacy.
CEO & Founder of SimpleLogin