A remailer is a server that forwards anonymous emails. It removes all personal information (sender address) and forwards the message. Usually, these servers do not save any data about incoming email.
Depositing mail in the postal system of one country for delivery to its final destination. Remailing is generally done in order to obtain a more favorable rate and/or faster delivery to the final destination. There are three general types of remail: ABA, ABC, ABB. ABA Remail: A mailer in “Country A” ships mail to “Country B” for mailing back to addresses in “Country A.” ABC Remail: A mailer in “Country A” ships mail to “Country B” for mailing to addresses in “Country C.” ABB Remail: A mailer in “Country A” ships mail to “Country B” for mailing to addresses in “Country B.” (Also called “Direct Entry.”)
a company, organization or private party that configured its computer to receive e-mail messages from one party (you), then re-address it and send it to a different party (the person you want to send it to)
a computer system that takes any properly formatted message, strips off the identifying header information, and then forwards the body of the message on to the intended recipient
a free service that strips off the header information from an electronic message and passes along only the content
an address through which an electronic message passes before continuing the rest of its journey to its actual destination
an address through which electronic messages pass before embarking on the rest of its journey to its actual destination
an address through which electronic messages pass that for some reason or other should not bear one's own name and address
an Internet site to which you can send e-mail for forwarding to an intended destination while concealing your own e-mail address
a service that provides anonymity to the sender of an email or newsgroup post by acting as an intermediary between the sender and receiver
a service that strips user names and email addresses from messages and substitutes dummy addresses
a computer service which privatizes your e-mail. A remailer is in sharp contrast to the average Internet Service Provider [ISP] which is terribly anti-private. An anonymous remailer allows you to send electronic mail to a Usenet news group, or to a person, without revealing your true name or e-mail address to the recipient. For more information on various types of remailers go to http://security.tao.ca/email.shtml
An Internet site that allows people to send anonymous E-mail.