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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.
Custom Domain Setup Process
1 project | reddit.com/r/Simplelogin | 10 Nov 2021
Well, than you run to anonaddy.com or other service like Simplelogin and start over with the alias stuff.
Use my email? I'll use your points.
2 projects | reddit.com/r/pettyrevenge | 9 Nov 2021
You should sign up for a private email service that allows you to create fake aliases that you can turn on and off to prevent things like this in the future. I built one called Telios, but there are others like Anon Addy and Simple Login.
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2 projects | reddit.com/r/CryptoCurrencyPH | 8 Nov 2021
Using an email alias can be helpful if you want to track all your messages in one inbox or if you are just someone who does not like to memorize lots of email addresses and passwords. There are sites that allow you to create email aliases such as AnonAddy and SimpleLogin. You can use their services for free but there is a limit of 10MB per month.
Google-Konto: 2FA ab dem 9. November verpflichtend
1 project | reddit.com/r/de | 3 Nov 2021
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2 projects | reddit.com/r/hackerdigest | 2 Jul 2021
Check If Email Exists\ (205 comments)
Check If Email Exists
1 project | reddit.com/r/hackernews | 1 Jul 2021
Check if an email address exists without sending any email, written in Rust.
1 project | reddit.com/r/rust | 1 Jul 2021
Check If Email Exist
GitHub issues like this one warm my heart:
Identifying something that needs doing, especially when you have no idea how to do it, is a bold skill.
Too often have I seen engineers be reluctant to open an issue because they don’t know how to implement it, technically. I still do it, myself. If you need it then you’ll find a way.
The converse is also true: losing focus by filing tasks and procrastinating on features because you know how to build them, not because you actually need them to move your business / project forward.
If you want to know the "how?" as I did - code is here, specifically https://github.com/reacherhq/check-if-email-exists/blob/mast...
tl;dr, According to RFC 5321, `RCPT TO` command succeeds with 250 and 251. So email is valid if you get to this part of the protocol and receive the response.
On your site (https://reacher.email) it shows "Open-Source" next to the MIT logo. To any reasonable person, that means "it's licensed under the MIT license". Instead, it's licensed under the AGPL. It would be good if you changed it to remove the implication that it was MIT licensed.
That's what this project does too: https://github.com/reacherhq/check-if-email-exists/blob/a052...
This feels like a service that would be used by shoddy email marketers and spammers to reduce the number of bad emails they send, so that they can avoid being blocked. Their home page (https://reacher.email/) mentions lists uses like cleaning "large lists", which comes off to me as code for "send mail of dubious quality without tripping alarms".
What are some alternatives?
SimpleLogin - The SimpleLogin back-end
app - DeFi Blockchain desktop app for Windows, Linux and Mac.
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.
Isotope Mail - Isotope Mail Client
proton-mail - React web application to manage ProtonMail
Mailpile - A free & open modern, fast email client with user-friendly encryption and privacy features
ProtonMail Web Client - Monorepo hosting the proton web clients
Roundcube - The Roundcube Webmail suite
RainLoop - Simple, modern & fast web-based email client
Statping - Status Page for monitoring your websites and applications with beautiful graphs, analytics, and plugins. Run on any type of environment.