One trick is to use a forwarding address that doesn't actually have an e-mailbox, but that you can configure to send mail (or stop sending mail) to your work address. If you are a Perl programmer, cpan.org is a good one, and there are several similar options.Another option which I think is worth the money is to have your own domain. This often provides forwarding services as well your web URL, and often lets you host your own e-mail and web services. A common practice is to have an address called email@example.comDespite
the "big" webmail sites being blocked by bank networks, some of the smaller ones that you can find by searching for "free e-mail" still get through, just keep trying.