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Hello @mike4president,

We are aware of the masked email feature which has been launched recently. It is already in our discussion but Enpass currently has no immediate plans to add any extra paid service. However, I have forwarded your request to the concerned team for further consideration. Your patience is highly appreciated here.  

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  • 2 weeks later...

1Password charges a lot for their service and they’re a big company, so they can afford to offer things like this. Enpass is less expensive and doesn’t charge a subscription fee, so you can’t really expect them to offer a bunch of third-party services for no charge. 
 

Honestly, it is easy to implement on your own with a gmail account or any hosted email service that lets you set up your own email aliases. I’ve been doing this for many years now. 
 

As noted, if you have iOS or a Mac and iCloud+ that is another easy option. 

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And to add to what @Discordantsaid, if you're using Gmail or Google Apps and let's say your email is user@gmail.com, you can create aliases on the fly.

Say you're registering at BBC website, then you can write your email is user+bbc@gmail.com and every email sent to that email will arrive to your user@gmai.com email.

Of course, you will not be able to send an email from user+bbc@gmail.com, but you will receive all sent to it.

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