Quick and easy data generation tools


Generate a random email.
How many emails? (1-100)
Click 'Generate' button - results will show here
Example Output:

This fake email generator outputs properly formed email addresses which can be useful for many things. Testing in-development web forms is a common usage. Using properly formed email addresses which include multiple domain names and combinations of characters will provide enough proof that an input field and its validation is working correctly. As part of this input validation, it would be common to create a regex or ‘regular expression’ that can match on email address inputs. It is important to test this before going into a production environment. An email consists of a name, an ‘at’ symbol, a domain name and top level domain.

It is also possible to use this data to populate database tables such as user credential tables, customer tables and supplier tables. It is important to ensure that realistic email address data is being used in a test environment to populate fields before going to a production environment. Using the results of this generator can highlight issues with validation and the presentation of email addresses in web pages, web forms and applications. Another common use for this fake data is in excel spreadsheets to test formulas and data presentation.

Emails have been around for a surprising amount of time, email as a concept can be traced back to the early 1970s and depending on the definition, the 1960s. It first entered popular use on ARPANET in the 1970s as well as having its structure standardised around the same time. Email has become ubiquitous and is used by most people connected to the internet for both personal and business use.

Although extremely unlikely, there is a chance the results of this random email generator may include real emails. For this reason it is best that you do not use these emails in online forms or any other place which may result in someone getting unwanted emails.