I hope this is the right forum, but please move this post if not. I LOVE 1Password Family, and have been using it for ages. I just saw on my RSS feeds that 1Password is integrating with Fastmail for automatic aliasing of email addresses when signing up for new accounts, so that your real email address is NOT exposed. I think that's a fantastic idea, but I have some concerns about how 1Password implemented it given my brief reading about the feature.
I currently use an email aliasing forwarding provider called Burnermail.io. It works GREAT for my purpose, which is using custom email addresses for site, and being able to 'turn' an email alis off if it gets spammy or compromised. Obviously it's not integrated with 1Password. But here's what I like about burnermail.io that I think is missing from Fastmail:
As well as Burnermail.io works for me (and it's nearly perfect), I would in a heartbeat switch to 1Password/Fastmail if it met all four of my requirements above. Since I haven't tried Fastmail integration myself, I can't speak for sure which (if any) of my burnermail.io features that it has. If 1Password/Fastmail is lacking in any of the four use cases above, I hope 1password and Fastmail consider this post as a feature request for future enhancements. Should 1Password and Fastmail support all four uses cases above, I will immediately start a migration project away from burnermail.
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