As noted by the French website MacGeneration, Apple has, without explanation, removed a mention of “Hide My Email” support in third‑party apps from the macOS Ventura features page.
Hide My Email was introduced with macOS Monterey. It generates unique, random email addresses that automatically forward to your personal inbox. Each address is unique to you. You can read and respond directly to emails sent to these addresses and your personal email address is kept private.
Apple says it doesn’t read or process any of the content in the email messages that pass through Hide My Email, except to perform standard spam filtering that’s required to maintain our status as a trusted email provider. All email messages are deleted from our relay servers after they’re delivered to you, usually within seconds.