mailmultiply is a shell script that can generate multiple emails and can be used in termux and Linux.
To use this tool, you must already have a valid and operational email account.
Use the tool. Enter your working email address, and when prompted for the number of mail addresses to generate, enter any number, such as 10000, and press enter.
It will then generate a large number of emails, which can be used for any purpose.
All messages sent to generated emails will be delivered to the valid email address you provided at the start.
Yahoomail also works very well with proton mail.
It can generate emails and be used to mass sign in to a website; the output is saved in a “.lst” file. Can be used for web apps or application pen-testing. Works with almost all websites, though some do block such emails.
Install Mailmultiply tool on termux
To download this tool, first, enter the following command into your termux terminal.
git clone https://github.com/3xploitGuy/mailmultiply.git
Now change the directory to mailmultiply folder so execute the following command on your terminal
To use this tool, run the following command, then type your email address, then the number of emails you want, and then press the enter button. After that, you will receive all of your emails.
You can receive mail to your original mail address using this mail address, and you can protect your mail from others by using this mail.
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