vMailias... If you have your own domain, with a catch-all email account, you can use vMailias to quickly provide unique email addresses for your catch-all when registering with web-sites. If you have a Gmail account, vMailias can perform the same service, using the Gmail '+' notation to generate email addresses that are directed into your main Gmail account. How Does It Help? vMailias makes it easy to generate unique redundant email addresses for web-site registration. Tracking which email address was used for which web-site also makes it easy to set up rules to guide email from different web-sites into their own folders, and to easily identify the source of spam, and filter it out. You can tell vMailias to automatically copy the generated email address onto the clipboard, ready for pasting into the email address field of the web-site you're registering with. And vMailias can also automatically grab the web-site domain directly from your browser, to save you having to copy it over.
What's new in vMailias
Edits to table entries now "stick" instead of reverting.
To clarify how the email prefix, number and domain are used, a live example is now shown in the preferences.