How To Create A Disposable and Temporary Email Address In Outlook Mail

MailMicrosoft made a new beginning in its Email business. It launched Outlook.com, a stunning new free email service for all. Although its previously popular hotmail is still functional but the new Outlook is much sleeker and power packed. Besides many new great features, it has currently included a feature which will help its users to create a disposable and temporary email address and truly get away from spam and keep the primary email Id secured in risky websites.

Why To Use Outlook.com To Create A Disposable and Temporary Email Address?

This service is already provided by some other 3rd party websites, however the disposable and temporary email address they provide can only be used for receiving emails and not sending. Also they expire after a certain specified amount of time and hence renders useless if required. However this issue has been resolved in the new Outlook mail and also the old Hotmail services. The best of all things is it’s totally free of cost and you are also protected by the robust privacy policy from Microsoft.

So How Do I Create A Disposable and Temporary Email Address?

In the below images we will show how you can create a disposable and temporary email address for yourself step by step:

Step 1:

Outlook

Step 2:

Outlook settings

Step 3:

Disposable and Temporary Email Address

Step 4:

Outlook Alias

Step 5:

Now you are done and can use the alias email id anywhere over the internet.

This process is similar to creating a new email id for the purpose, on any other email systems like yahoo or gmail but the integrated feature saves you a lot of time as you do not need to re-register for the process and fill up all your details. Instead its just a few buttons click away.  So what are you waiting for just go ahead and create an outlook account for yourself now.

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