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Welcome to liamon.com

We provide a free and easy-to-use e-mail service that will result in less unwanted e-mail in your personal mail box. We created liamon.com to try to help reduce unwanted and unsolicited bulk mail. Sometimes we visit sites and are compelled to enter an e-mail address just to pass beyond a certain point. We use liamon.com addresses to get past these pesky checks.

Use it to avoid junk mail; give an @liamon.com address when you want to keep your real e-mail address private. Use it for one-offs when you need to give an address to a website you don't really want to have know your real e-mail address. Use it to blow of creepy sales people or people met in pubs.

It'll happen that someone will ask for your e-mail address and you don't want to give it to them. Perhaps you're afraid they'll send you bad things. Perhaps you don't want them to have your address for other reasons. The reasons don't matter.

We welcome anyone who wants to try to avoid invasions in their e-mail inboxes to use our service.

How to

Use the service by providing any address@liamon.com anywhere you're asked to provide an e-mail address, but for whatever reason don't feel comfortable using your real address. Any mail sent to that address will be accessible on this web page by putting the address in the address field to the right. No passwords are necessary.

Use any address. Make one up or use one that's already there. Use one that's bigger or more specific to isolate your e-mail. Or use one that's short or more generic to have it blend in.

For fast and easy access, use the domain name of a website you're visiting as the address--like liamon@liamon.com when you visit liamon.com. Use this trick to quickly find the e-mail you need for a web page.

Caution

Use this service only when you really don't care about the e-mail! Use it for sites that require a valid e-mail for access; technically this e-mail service is valid.

Do not use this mail for anything really personal. If you provide any real information to a website, including even your name, don't think that the mail will be safe here. Anyone visiting can read any mail in any box. If your name or phone number or street address is used in registering at a site to which you've provided an @liamon.com address, be aware that e-mail from that site may contain some or all of that information. If you're expecting passwords that you want to keep private, use another service.

We are not a free mail service like HotMail or GMail or any of the others out there. You cannot send mail using our service, we don't offer entire e-mail messages, and we claim absolutely no privacy whatsoever.

That's not what we're about.

Information

See the FAQ page using the link on the left to learn more about how we handle mail.

See the information on the right to see what's happened recently. Get the latest information right in your favorite news reader. Just click the RSS button on the bar to the right or the one displayed when reviewing a mailbox.

Go ahead and snoop around at the messages that are flowing into our server. It isn't meant to be private or secure, and we're not going to pretend it is. Haven't you wanted to see what ends up in someone else's mailbox? Yeah, neither do we.

Tell your friends. Tell the media. Tell anyone you want to tell.