with unique, random & replaceable email aliases
Every shield (aka unique, random and replaceable aliases for your email) created for you can be used with almost all the online services in which you have an account out there, instead of giving up of your real email address.
Always a message is sent to you (using a shielded address), it's checked against SPAM filters and a custom BLACKLIST (created by you) before getting redirected to your real address.
Shields can be paused or removed at any time to prevent annoying SPAMs to reach your real inbox. Creating new shields is just one click away, and you can even reply with the alias (hiding your real address).
Your messages are not stored and not read by Mail Shield at any time. All this service does is serving as a shield protecting your real email address and adding an extra layer of online protection for you.
Mail Shield is in beta version and I believe there's still a bunch of improvements to be done before it gets "ready" to become a sellable service. That said, while in beta you will be able to use this 100% for free.
Once the beta is gone, then it probably will become a paid service, however, for those who have joined as early adopters, it probably will be free forever.
For now, you can "pay" me back with your feedback, helping me to improve the service. If you're still wondering to help me with the project costs, then you can become a sponsor.
( Frequent Asked Questions )
As many as you want.
(at least while in Open Beta)
Well, there's no secret. I need to know where to deliver good messages.
Ow yeah 🤘! As long as you have many email addresses to receive the messages, you can put all of them behind Mail Shield.
Very few. This landing page and the app are both set up with Google Analytics for usage data analysis. Additionally,
I do collect your name, profile picture, email address when you choose to signup, as well as, the
sender's name and email address when a message is sent to one of your shields.
Read more here. 👈
Sorry if this is not convenient! For now, to keep it simple and make sure you use a valid address, but (possibly) it won't last forever.
Check Mail Shield's
It's a Trello board you can also interact with.
and I'll send you updates always something new happens. No SPAM, I promise.