Disposable e-mails

  thumbscrew 19:52 25 Nov 2007

I've just finished reading about two disposable email programs click here and click here that create fictional addresses that eventually expire. Anyone use them?

  brundle 20:35 25 Nov 2007

Not used those, but I have used this click here. Does what it says on the tin. Also use Spamgourmet; click here

  thumbscrew 20:59 25 Nov 2007

THanks brundle, just looked at it and clicked. Stupid question perhaps but where exactly is my clipboard?

  brundle 21:09 25 Nov 2007

It's where you cut/copy/paste to and from. If you're not using Internet Explorer the `copy to clipboard` feature on that page may not work, but if it has you ought to be able to paste the email address straight into a page/dialogue box etc with Ctrl-V or right clicking and selecting Paste.

  interzone55 21:09 25 Nov 2007

Your clipboard is in RAM. It is invoked during cut / copy /paste.

To copy select something & press CTRL+ C

To paste move to the location you want to paste the item & press CTRL+ V

If you want to cut & paste rather than copy & paste use CTRL+ X rather than CTRL+ C

  VoG II 21:11 25 Nov 2007

To see what is in your clipboard, Start, Run, type


and click OK.

  thumbscrew 22:04 25 Nov 2007

Thanks all, tried brundle's site, seemed to make sense....couldn't make head nor tale of it...sorry. Aren't any of these things simple?

  Meshuga 06:30 26 Nov 2007


  thumbscrew 22:28 26 Nov 2007

Meshuga, call me stupid again but what does **** mean?

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