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Does anyone know how to send an anonymous e-mail?
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Yes, but why would you want to?
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it's a long story. I'm trying to send a parent something they should know about their child without losing trust. Could you please tell me?
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just get a free hotmail account or something with a username that has nothing to do with you

Don't forget to use the new User Reputation System
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I figured I could do that, but is there another way I can do this?
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That's the easiest way that I can think of. There are harder ways with scripting knowledge and so forth, but the free account is the easiest.
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why not call them u dont have to say ur name....just say it and hang up... use *67 so they cant call back, or do it from a payphone, Easier and quicker.
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Or set up an account in Mail, with a user name of say "Mr Someone" with an email address of "MSomeone@something.com".

Send using that account. Unless your parents are paricularly switched on I don't think they'll check the internet header......
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Thank you very much chuckalicious!
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Yeah that's pretty easy to figure out.. unless like you said they are not very internet savvy. I would go with the whole phone call thing myself
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