Apple signed a new record titled “Create disposable email addresses and mapping to a regular email account,” which runs at the server level so that it acts as a screen or spam protection, according to a record of U.S. patents.
According to the resources and the patent itself, disposable email addresses attached to regular mail to arrive there and unwanted material be created. In theory Apple claims that the system detects the origin more precisely to avoid accidents.
In addition, these temporary email accounts can be tagged with contextual clues to help users locate the source responsible for the delivery of the address of a spam provider.
The rest of the application detailing various implementations of the invention, such as browser plug-ins, email clients and complex instructions at the server level.