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How to make lots of gmail account
2 projects | reddit.com/r/GMail | 3 Dec 2021
Well, just know there are services like annonaddy and simplelogin that allow you to create mail aliases (tons of them) that all point to a single mailbox, so if its some sort of contest entry, there's much easier ways to do this than create a ton of google accounts and associate phone numbers to them, which will risk having them suspended.
LPT: If you are using Google Mail, you are provided two unique mail addresses by using either '@googlemail.com' or '@gmail.com' which allows you to create two different accounts for a service with just one address.
1 project | reddit.com/r/LifeProTips | 3 Dec 2021
Or, you could sign up with anonaddy.com and keep crap out of your mailbox forever by disabling aliases if stuff starts streaming in that you want to put a stop to.
Is there any way of keeping my anonymity online?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/HomeNetworking | 2 Dec 2021
No to sound like an ass but It’s not that hard these days to use a different email for each service https://anonaddy.com & https://simplelogin.io
Simplelogin or Anonaddy?
3 projects | reddit.com/r/PrivacyGuides | 29 Nov 2021
You can see in the initial GitHub commit from June 2019 that it only included the alias email and the sender's email, both of which the sender already knows.
Comparing domain extensions
1 project | reddit.com/r/webhosting | 28 Nov 2021
For your catch-all email take a look at AnonAddy as a service. You can use their hosted offering to deliver to your inbox or host yourself if you decide to later.
Are the notes the aliases end-to-end encrypted?
1 project | reddit.com/r/AnonAddy | 24 Nov 2021
There is an issue open on GitHub about this here.
Why 2FA is very important.
2 projects | reddit.com/r/Bitwarden | 19 Nov 2021
I use aliases for 99% of my accounts. In case someone is interested, examples of companies that do this are SimpleLogin, AnonAddy, and Fastmail (integrated into 1Password). There are others but these are the top ones that come to mind.
9 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 17 Nov 2021
What are some safe quick email sites?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/privacy | 15 Nov 2021
You could try SimpleLogin or AnonAddy for email aliases.
Perhaps an odd question but what do you use Protonmail for? I'm stuck between wanting privacy but not having a nagging concern that, since Proton is smaller-time than companies like Google, I don't want important accounts linked to an email that might one day not exist because the company closes
2 projects | reddit.com/r/ProtonMail | 12 Nov 2021
I'm using ProtonMail (Plus) for everything. On top of that I use AnonAddy aliases for online accounts.
All self-hosted email client options are ugly!
7 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 25 Sep 2021
Mailpile supports theming. https://github.com/mailpile/Mailpile/wiki/Themes
Email Buffer IMAP
3 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 11 Aug 2021
Take a look at Mailpile.
Maddy: Composable all-in-one mail server
13 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Jun 2021
We need better open source e-mail clients!
4 projects | reddit.com/r/privacytoolsIO | 2 Feb 2021
Mailpile.is comes to mind. Their Twitter account is inactive since 2018, but they did fix some things on Github in November of 2020: https://github.com/mailpile/Mailpile/
Delta Chat – decentralized chat via email
6 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 24 Jan 2021
> Email is not decentralized. It relies on the central authority of domain registries.
By that definition, almost every chat app is centralized, especially if you include the step of downloading it over HTTPS. In any case, it would be possible to further enhance email using something like SMTorP so that .onion addresses are used instead.
> And then if you do decide that whatever encryption scheme you've chosen is right for you, there's no guarantee any significant mass of people supports it.
The same is true of any system which is proposed as an alternative to email. Admittedly it will be difficult for a UI to convey the security properties of messages when you are interacting with users whose email clients don't support the recommended extensions, but there is always the risk that a recipient will copy-paste the plaintext of your securely sent message into an unsecured channel.
What’s a safe email application for ios/ pc / android?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/privacy | 15 Jan 2021
For PC : Thunderbird or Mailpile
What are some alternatives?
SimpleLogin - The SimpleLogin back-end
RainLoop - Simple, modern & fast web-based email client
Roundcube - The Roundcube Webmail suite
Tutanota makes encryption easy - Tutanota is an email service with a strong focus on security and privacy that lets you encrypt emails, contacts and calendar entries on all your devices.
app - DeFi Blockchain desktop app for Windows, Linux and Mac.
Isotope Mail - Isotope Mail Client
proton-mail - React web application to manage ProtonMail
ProtonMail Web Client - Monorepo hosting the proton web clients
app - Repository to host app releases, issues, and feature requests for Paperback
WebMail Lite - AfterLogic WebMail Lite PHP. Fast and easy-to-use webmail front-end for your existing IMAP mail server, Plesk or cPanel.