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What do you want to manage?

 
 Delete bMail address  Manage domains /  Domain - Locked / Unlocked
/  Silent Reject - Off / On  Manage notes  Manage expiry
 View logs
 
 
 
 
 
 

Getting Started

So you've created your Myemailguru account, activated it and logged on. So what now?

Creating bMail Addresses

The first thing you will want to do is to create one or more bMail addresses. This is simplicity itself; you simply click the

button. You will then see a poup up asking you how long you wish to use the bMail address for

Simply specify the number of days you want to use the new bMail address for and click OK. You have just created a new address which will appear in the bMail Addresses table and look something like this:

Here we see four bMail addresses - one per row

Using your bMail Addrresses

To use a bMail address, you simply use the address as you would use your normal email address. You can type the address out or easier still, select the bMail address and use the copy and paste functions of your browser/device to copy the address to wherever you need it.

Managing your bMail Addresses

Adding Notes

Because bMail addresses contain a sequence of randomly generated characters, remembering which address has been used for which purpose can quickly become a chore. This is why you can maintain a set of notes with each bMail address by clicking on the    icon. This will popup a window allowing you to add/edit the notes associated with a bMail address

The notes will also be display alongside the bMail address in the My bMail Adddresses tab

Extending the lifespan of a bMail Address

You can extend the life of your bMaill Address with the icon (which will be colored red, orange or green depending on how long the addrees has still to live. You then simplay choose the number of days to add to the life of the bMail address and click OK

Deleting a bMail Address

Simply click on the icon and confirm that you wish to delete the bMail address

Further reading

This guide has hopefully given you sufficient information to allow you to start using the Myemailguru bMail service, but we suggest uyou look at the User Guide to discover the other things you can do to/with your bMail addresses

 

User Guide

Using My Account

The My Account page is where you can manage your personal details and the bMail addresses that you are using. You can add, delete and modify your bMail addresses in the My bMail Addresses tab and you can change your personal details in the My Details tab.

My bMail Addresses

This is where you can add delete and modify your bMail addresses.

My Details

The is where you can change your personal details

 - Help

This is where you are now


My bMail Addresses

The My bMail Addresses tab is where you can manage your bMail addresses. Each line in the tables looks something like this:

MEG screenshot

The bMail address itself is fairly easy to spot and there is a ticker-tape just to the right of it which display notes about the Mail address (notes are explained below). So what about all those strange icons on the right?

Each of the icons to the right of the row can be clicked to modify the bMail address attributes. Simply moving the mouse over the icon will trigger a pop-up containing summary information and clicking the icon will allow you to better view/modify this information. Their meanings are as follows:

 Delete bMail Address

Click on this icon if you wish to permanently delete the bMail address. You will be prompted to confirm this action

Click this icon to toggle the value of this icon

 /  Domain Locked

This icon shows whether this bMail address will accept and forward email from any sending domain or will only do so from domains that are in the Permitted Domains List

  • If set to , emails originating from any domain will be processed
  • If set to , emails will only be processed if the originating domain is in the Permitted Domains List

Click this icon to toggle the value of this icon

 View/edit Permitted Domain List

Click this icon to edit the list of domains that are permitted to send email to you through this bMail address. To view the list, simply hover over the icon

 /  Silent Reject

This icon shows the behaviour of the Myemailguru bMail system when a bMail address has expired or when the bMail address is Domain Locked and email is received from an originating domain that is not in the Permitted Domains List.

  • If set to , any emails for this address will be silently deleted without being forwarded to you and without any notification being sent to the originator
  • If set to , any emails for this address will be silently deleted without being forwarded to you and the originator will receive a delivery failure notification
 View logs for the bMail address

Click this icon to view the logs of all email traffic associated with this bMail address. Successful and rejected/blocked attempts are logged so you will be able to see everybody who is attempting to contact you through this bMail address even though you may be using the settings above to block their emails

 View/edit notes for this bMail address

To help you to remember what each bMail address is being used for, you can add notes to it which will be displayed in a ticker-tape to the right of the bMail address itself. Click this icon to add/edit these notes.

 /  /  View/extend expiry date for this bMail address

Hover over the calendar icon to view the expiry date of this bMail address. The color is significant as follows:

  •  means the bMail address has expired
  •  means the bMail address will expire soon
  •  means the bMail address is not approaching its expiry date

Click this icon to extend the expiry date of this bMail address


My Details

This is where you can modify your account details i.e. your password and email address. Both of these are essential to your account so you will need to confirm any changes.

  • Your email address is the destination email address where all bMail traffic will be sent to
  • Your password is required to loin to your account

The two check-boxes hold the default values for Silent Reject and Domain Locked. These used to set the initial values when creating new bMail addresses (see above for explanations on the purpose of these attributes in each bMail address).


Hints and Tips

When managing your bMaill addresses from a PC, you will notice that whenever your mouse pointer hovers over an icon, a hint appears which explains a little more about the purpose of the icon. For example:-

On devices that do not have a mouse-pointer e.g smartphones, tablets etc there is no direct equivalent of hovering and the appearance of the hints and tips will vary according to the way the device simulates this functionaility. This of course is decided by the vendors, not us. For some devices, a brief tap on the icon will pop-up the hint whilst other require a tap and hold. The equivalent of a mouse-click on touch-screen devices is also some form of touch gesture, but lasting longer than a tap but not long enough to be considered a tap and hold. If this all sounds complicated, don't worry you'll soon get the hang of it with a bit of practice.

Glossary of terms

Here we explain the meaning of some of the terms and jargon that you may not be familiar with

bMail Address

A bMail address is an email address assigned to you which has a limited lifetime. During the lifetime of the bMail address, all email sent to it will be delivered to your primary email address. Emails are delivered in such a way that you can reply to them without revealing your primary email address.

bMail System

The bMail system is the overall term for the patented technology which provides temporary email addresses (bMail addresses) with a limited lifespan and ensures that these email addresses can be used transparently without revealing the actual email address that receives them.

bMail Traffic

bMail traffic is the flow of emails through the bMail system it may be

  • inbound - from a person or organization with whom you have shared a bMail address
  • outbound - from your primary email address as a reply to an inbound message

For both inbound and outbound traffic your primary email address is not revealed by the bMail system

Primary Email Address

Your primary email address is the email address associated with your account when you signed up and is the destination for all your inbound bMail traffic.

Tutorials

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