Spamgourmet (Score: 0) by Anonymous Coward on 2016-01-30 21:04 (#12CJ1) I too use SG. Just to clarify, using the advanced features, the fake email addresses are created on the fly. Once you've established your base email address, in your example "email@example.com", additional emails addresses are created as the emails are received as long the "To" address includes the base address. For example, you web over to the $BIGBOXSTORE's website and there you have a need to provide an email address. Simply give them BIGBOXSTORE.firstname.lastname@example.org. That email address will be created automatically (and forwarded to your protected email address) when an email is received. The number of emails that will be forwarded defaults to 20 so, as you pointed out, this must be refreshed from time to time. However, if you wish to continue receiving emails via any of your fake email address you can set them to be "trusted" (I think that's the term), this removes the limit of forwarded emails. Another cool feature: If you "Reply" to the forwarded email (using your protected email service) the reply email will go back through spamgourmet's emails servers and appear to come from the 'fake' address, e.g. BIGBIX.email@example.com".