The 7 Best Sites to Prank Your Friends With Fake Email Messages

If you want to send fake emails to prank your friends and family, there are several online services worth exploring. Each has slightly different features and use cases.

Keep reading to learn about the seven best prank email generators and how you can use them to make emails look like they were sent from someone else.

Deadfake is one of the most famous prank email generators on the web. The service has been responsible for sending 2.5 million fake emails since it first appeared online.

The app allows you to send fake emails to anyone you want. Better yet, you can make the email appear to be from anyone you choose.

For anonymous support, you do not need to register on the site or provide your personal information to Deadfake to use the service.

When creating a dummy email, you can format it using a plaintext editor. Make sure you use the actual domain in the From field, or else the email will bounce and your attempt to make it look like it was sent from someone else will be unsuccessful.

Emkei’s Mailer offers a similar service to Deadfake. It offers a full range of options for the emails you send. You can select the Sender Name, Email Sender, Incoming Person, Subject and Message.

The most significant difference between the two services is Emkei’s Mailer support for attachments. According to most email services, the maximum attachment size is 25MB.

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Emkei’s Mailer also provides a plain text editor and an HTML editor while you’re composing your message. Therefore, the application is simple to use quickly, but can also be deployed when you want to make a fake email look a little more convincing.

Send Anonymous Email is a web application that can make an email look like it was sent from someone else. The site claims more than 60,000 anonymous emails are sent from its servers every day. That number sounds high to us, but it’s clearly a widely used app regardless of the actual number.

The service’s options and features are the least extensive of the three sites on the list so far. You can only specify the recipient’s email, the sender’s email, the subject, and the message. There are no attachments and only a standard plain text editor.

You can’t add colors, change fonts, or manipulate other formatting options. You will need to enter a security code before Send Anonymous Emails allowing you to send your fake messages.

It should be noted that Send Anonymous Email takes a serious stance on abuse of its services. In the company’s terms, it says that if you send death threats, abuse, slander or anything illegal, the company will publish your IP address and block you from the site. .

(Note: The same company provides additional services to send anonymous or fake SMS messages.)

Anoymailer is another fake email sender. You can use it to send fake messages to all your friends and family (and even unsuspecting co-workers!). However, it’s probably best not to send them to people you don’t know.

Unfortunately, however, this service adds a header signature to all emails that you send. It’s sure to give the game away. There is a pro version of the app, but you will need to pay $49/year.

That may sound steep, but it could be money well spent if you’re a mass prankster. The paid service doesn’t auto-renew, so there’s no risk of you forgetting it and accidentally being billed 12 months later.

Anonymmailer does not support bulk emails or email attachments.

ZMail provides a unique way to send fake emails or prank email spam. That’s because it’s the only service on our list that works through the desktop app and not through the web app.


Don’t worry; You don’t need to worry about viruses and malware. ZMail is open source; anyone can check the code to make sure it’s safe.

Sadly, this app is only available on Windows. Mac users will have to stick with one of the web apps we discussed.

None of the services we’ve reviewed so far will allow you to receive email replies; they do not provide inbox service.

However, some services – such as GuerrillaMail – do provide an inbox and can be used to send spoofed emails. But there is a trade-off. You cannot send fake emails from others; GuerrillaMail does not allow you to add customizations From Address. You can set any username you want, but are restricted to one of the app’s pre-selected domains.

Furthermore, emails in the inbox are only saved for 60 minutes. GuerrillaMail will then automatically delete the messages from its servers. If you don’t regularly check responses to your jokes, you run the risk of missing the issue entirely.

We’ll leave you with something a little different. Letter Maker allows you to create dummy letters using topics and keywords of your choice.

This service is the perfect app to use when you don’t know what to write in your fake email. Pair this app with one of the fake email services we discussed and you’ve got a winning prank.

Available topics include jobs, relationships, apartment rentals, and even song lyrics.

The letter generator is completely free to use and there is no limit to the number of letters you can create.

Use fake email generators responsibly

Services that allow you to send fake emails can be easily abused. The act of sending fake emails from others raises ethical and moral concerns. And depending on the content of your message (and the actions the recipient takes in connection with it), there could even be legal consequences.

Sure, spoofed emails can bring a bit of fun between family and friends. But don’t send prank emails that might make you nervous, upset, or panicky. And it goes without saying that you shouldn’t impersonate the police or other emergency services.


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