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Guerilla Mail is a simple idea with one purpose: to avoid spam. The idea is dead simple: go to the website, it gives you a random e-mail address that's good for one hour, and links to nothing else. Register for sites or whatever with it, and then never worry about it again. Although the web service is convenient, sometimes it's not everything you need. For those cases, one might want to look into using the Guerilla Mail API.
Additional third party integration with Gmail has been possible (you only have to look at all the contact import features from sites like Facebook), but these have either been clunky manual procedures that involve exporting contacts to a CVS file, or they require you to supply your email password. Neither option is all that attractive. Now there is an alternative. Google have recently added the ability to access the IMAP/SMTP features of particular Gmail account using OAuth.