Generate up to 10,000 fake or unregistered email addresses in bulk using completely randomized names and user ids. You can specify the domain name or choose between the most commonly used email providers including Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, Protonmail, and AOL. The local part of the email address is completely random and there is no guarantee that it will be an unregistered email address, though the probability that they are free is extremely high (99.99% for random and pronounceable ids).
Set the number of email addresses to be generated. The accepted value is from 1 to 10,000.
Specify the domain name that you want to be used. For example, gmail.com. Select “Custom” to use any domain name of your choice.
This will generate a highly unique random string for the local part of the email address. It consists of 8 random letters and 2 random numbers at the end.
This will generate a pronounceable id for the local part of the email address. It consists of 10 random letters, with 5 alternating consonants and vowels, plus 2 random numbers at the end.
This will generate a real name for the local part of the email address. The first names and surnames are based on our English name database from the United States.