I am thinking of starting a webpage and, for now, I would like not to post my email there. However, I want people who want to contact me (probably nobody since nobody will know about, but whatever) to be able to do it. I have thought of using my Mastodon account, that is fine, but what if they don’t have Mastodon?
One solution would be an email redirection address, for instance, email@example.com which would then redirect it to firstname.lastname@example.org. This way, if anything were to happen with spam or anything else unwanted, I could just “throw the address away”. However I don’t want to spend any premium aliases on this.
Another work-around is having post a form on my website and then a third-party who would get it sent there and then they would email me (an example of this is https://formspree.io/, but it shows the email on the source HTML and also have no idea how private they are, but you get what type of service I’m talking about). That could also work.
Finally, I could also have a link to another page and then they would have their own form (also a third-party, example: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/tutanota-launches-secure-connect-encrypted-contact-form).
I don’t need huge amount of encrypting but I would rather have a privacy respectful site do it.
My question is what service would you use? (I would use Tutanota but I don’t want to spend money on something I probably won’t use that much, also I am not super concerned on encrypting for military purposes, and more on the website being ethical with the data).
PS: As of now, the website will be static and hosted on GitLab, that’s why so much trouble with third-parties.
PS2: Any other alternatives not posted here are also welcome!