article Axios — A fake email address that looks like a real one can be set up on a computer, but the trick is the user has to remember the username and password.
And the trick works only for real email addresses.
So here’s how to fake an email account in an email app like Outlook or Gmail.
You can create an account in your email app or web browser using a few simple steps.
Follow these steps to create an email address in Outlook.
Select a domain name in your web browser.
Create a new email address using the following URL and your email account credentials.
Use the URL to login to your Outlook account.
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After logging in, open up the email you created using the URL.
It will open in a new tab.
To send an email, press the ‘Send’ button and select the address you just created.
Select your desired email account.
You will receive an email with a verification code, a link to your account, and a confirmation email.
Click on the link and confirm that you have completed the steps.
Click the ‘OK’ button to close the confirmation email, and your account will be created.
7.1.1 If you use an email provider like Gmail, your account should automatically be verified in the browser.
If you do not, you may need to click on a link in the confirmation emails.
The email should now be verified and you can send your first email.
If it doesn’t work, go to your email provider’s Help Center and contact the Support team.