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Anonymous way to send email

Posted on 2009-04-10
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Hello
I have been asked by someone that wanted to actually voice some real good ideals in there department but they are afraid of retalation for speaking out. Is there a service (paid) or a way to send an email that will make you anonymous?

Again this can be the standard steps way, or through a paid service if that is an option.

Thanks in advance.
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by:pauloncall
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You could create a free Hotmail, Yahoo!, or GMail account.  They should be anonymous enough for what you described.
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by:ping_it
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A legal anonymous mailing service is based in Switzerland:

https://www.anonymousspeech.com/
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by:sticks2u
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Keep them coming is there anymore ideals or pay service available that someone might have used with success? I dont like the free hotmail or google way, leaves the door open for problems later I feel.
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There is no such thing as anonymous mail. If you use a provider, they'll have logs and those logs can be subpoena'd if legal action were to take place. You can remove/forge the from address from an email, but the headers will still have the original ip address.

If you want anonymous, type up a letter, print it, and mail it using the post office without a return address on the envelope.
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Proxy spoof your IP, log onto a webmail email site as above as ping it says....send email...that should be enough
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