Self-destructing Emails (10 minutes email) from the Snapmail – Blog
Self-destructing Emails (10 minutes email) from the Snapmail.
Sometimes you may send an temp email (10 minutes email) to somebody you didn’t mean for that person and sent the email to wrong person, or maybe you sent an email and you regretted after awhile. Well now, you are not desperate anymore. Google announced his own encryption system in 2014 (Making end-to-end encryption easier to work). However, that system provides you to encrypt in just google services such as gmail to gmail.
So when you send an encrypted mail to other services like yahoo mail, this feature does not function. There is another choice that provides you more freedom is Snapmail. Snapmail, is a Google chrome extension that provides you possibility to delete the regretted temporary emails whenever and wherever you sent.
Snapmail, encrypts the temp email you send on your device, so whenever you prefer to delete the mail you sent as options like 60 seconds or more after reading the mail by receiver. It lets you to delete it and don’t permit to read by receiver. The receiver having a fault message when they try to read the deleted mail.
How to manage temp email (10 minutes email):
First things, you have to manage Google Chrome Browser. After that you have to install the Snapmail extension from Chrome extension store (Snapmail extension). After you have written your mail you will see a Snapmail send button. After you sent the mail, service will encrypt the mail and will set to self-destruct in 60 seconds after opening mail by receiver. But there is a wrong point, the receiver will not notice the mail is set to self-destruct mode. So it‘s important to acknowledge the receiver about that if it’s necessary.
Before Snapmail, Dmail dominated other self-destructing email temp email (10 minutes email) services. But, because of an unexplained reason Dmail service no longer operated.