[tor-talk] What are some free and private email providers?
BM-2cWsmYXZ1wDRbXAriL1tFwmsm4mbCAqD9Q at bitmessage.ch
Tue Oct 15 03:26:11 UTC 2013
> On 24.05.2013 00:50, Moritz Bartl wrote:
>> On 23.05.2013 22:23, Nathan Suchy wrote:
>>> I'm looking for email providers with decent support, a good amount of
>>> storage, and that protect your privacy. Do you know any?
>> In the end, for plaintext email, you always have to "trust" the
>> operator. There's valid reasons for going with Google for some
>> activities. For others, it might be better to take a look at
>> https://we.riseup.net/riseuphelp+en/radical-servers .
>> not very helpful.
>> http://www.thesimplecomputer.info/articles/email-for-privacy.html is
>> another older list.
> Things are looking bad. Lavabit is out. Fastmail is paid only. Nothing
> wrong with paid, only it beats the anonymity. Vmail.me has closed the
> gates. And it has big problems anyway: gmail bounces all my emails.
> Openmailbox has closed its gates. The system works well. The
> registration is off. Tormail is shutdown and unreachable.
> Even large guys changed lately. Lycos imposes a SMS ID with only a
> handful of countries in its list. Gmail imposes the SMS, even if their
> list is far greater. Gmx and Mail refuse account creation. They say it's
> tech problems, but it looks like Tor allergy. And Mail.com is a mask for
> more services. Hushmail shows only paid plans. Cyber-rights mask gave me
> access, but hushmail said it's suspended and gave me a chance to pay.
Here's a Google translation of the text from Italian to English:
"OnionMail is an Open Source mail server designed to work through the
Tor network. Useful to create Tor Hidden service e-mail.
funziomento of The OnionMail is virtually identical to any other SMTP /
POP3 with some details and functions interssanti specifically designed
for use on the Tor network. With this mail server can send and receive
email from the Internet and tor increasing your privacy and protecting
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