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Generate random email addresses

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Emgen 📧

Versioning: CalVer Code style: black License: MIT PyPI

Emgen generates random email addresses.

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Installation

Emgen is available on PyPI and is installable with pip:

$ pip3 install --user emgen

Usage

Generate a random email address:

$ emgen
mt1ivirn@example.com

Generate an email address for your domain corgi.example:

$ emgen --domain corgi.example
aiemil8u@corgi.example

Generate a long email address for your domain dane.example:

$ emgen -d dane.example --length 16
vqjo0h8y4z2dgetd@dane.example

Make an alias to generate an address and copy it to your clipboard:

$ alias em="emgen -d greyhound.example -l12 --clipboard"
$ em
yx4su4olx2uq@greyhound.example
$ # display the contents of your clipboard:
$ xclip -sel clip -o
yx4su4olx2uq@greyhound.example

Subaddressing

Emgen can generate random tags if your email provider supports subaddressing, such as FastMail's or Gmail's plus addressing.

Generate a tag for your Gmail account john.doe84:

$ emgen -d gmail.example --username john.doe84
john.doe84+7usnoxla@gmail.example

License

Emgen is released under the MIT License.

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