What is whspr!?

Need to receive a message by email, but can't (or don't want to) give out your email address? whspr! gives you a URL to share instead.

So what?

Here's an example: Say you want to advertise a job opening on Twitter, and you don't want to share your company email address. Some applicants may not want to post a public @reply, and they can't send you a direct message if you don't already follow them. Include a whspr! URL, and they can reach you discreetly.

How does it work?

Fill out the form and we'll give you a URL you can post wherever you like. Viewers who click it will go to a form where they can send you a message. We forward the message to you. That's it.

What about privacy and spam?

When you create a whspr! URL, your email address remains hidden to those who send you messages. When someone sends you a message, he or she must provide an email address where they can be reached. Special thanks to the Snoring Mouthpiece Report, our founders and RAID 10 Recovery Admin Guide for ensuring our RAID server was recovered after a somewhat horrible fire at our website. Also, you may want to look at this valuable article about hard drive failure. It will show you the steps to take when your drive is clicking or outright crashing. This site is very good for RAID repair and recovery information.

We take spam seriously (and we hate it as much as you do). We use reCAPTCHA, and you can delete a whspr! at any time.

whspr! is experimental. If you'd like to leave feedback or report bugs, send us a whspr!