Hi, for my first thread I'm going to release a method I've been using for twitter, facebook and instagram account creation. This allows you to create a virtual 'mail server', to send any ?mails to a certain inbox. Step 1) Signup at MailGun (Click the 'Signup Free' at the bottom of the page.) Step 2)Choose any subdomain, but keep it short. Step 3)Now, in the next screen, you?ll be prompted to select a domain. This domain will be the host of all the ?mail addresses you?ll be creating. Like, for this tutorial, I selected the host as myemail.curos.mailgun dot org . The part in italics is your choice, you can select anything for it, I would recommend you to keep it as short as you can, while the part in bold is fixed, you can?t change it unless you pay them. As the host is myemail.curos.mailgun.org , my ?mails will be like : ï‚· curos at myemail.curos.mailgun dot org ï‚· curosmj at myemail.curos.mailgun dot org Step 4) Fill out the following screen, and click 'create my account'. Step 5)Log into MailGun, and click your domain under '?mail domains'. Step 6)Under 'sending via smtp: quick help', click the 'mailbox' blue link. Step 7)Create a new mailbox, call it 'mb'. Step 8)Click the routes tab at the top of the screen, then click create new route. Fill the form as following : Priority = > 0 Filter Expression = > catch_all() Actions => Your mailbox address (the one you created a moment ago) Click on Save. Our route is set up ! From now on, all the ?mails that come to any email address with at myemail.curos.mailgun dot org in the end, will go to at mb myemail.curos.mailgun dot org Step 9) To access the universal mailbox we just created, you?ll have to go to mail2web dot com/login/ Then, click on ?Advanced Login? you see in the login dialog. Put these credentials in the form : Server name = > pop.mailgun.org User ID => Your mailbox address Password => Your malbox password And, you?re done ! You are now the owner of all the email addresses with at myemail.curos.mailgun dot org in the end. Any email that you?ll receive will go to the one-and-only mailbox : the mailbox you created.