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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.
How to Invest in Cryptocurrency
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
Best Security Practices for Protecting Self and Tendies - Monthly Repost
9 projects | reddit.com/r/Superstonk | 1 Nov 2021
Some of the providers I personally use are: Protonmail, Mailbox.org, AnonAddy, and SimpleLogin.
We’re members of the Global Encryption Coalition and we are fighting attempts from governments to undermine or ban the use of strong encryption – AMA
4 projects | reddit.com/r/privacy | 21 Oct 2021
Roundcube Webmail v1.5.0 Released
1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 19 Oct 2021
Roundcube Webmail 1.5.0 released
1 project | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 19 Oct 2021
Rehost self-hosted email images to foil marketers like Gmail
1 project | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 3 Oct 2021
After further investigation this feature seems to be best implemented on the mail client. There is a feature request / plugin repo that implements this (for the purpose of getting rid of the "mixed content" warning, but it has the same effect that I'm looking for) in the Roundcube mail client back in 2017/2018: https://github.com/roundcube/roundcubemail/issues/5996
Internal email server / service
4 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 1 Oct 2021
I have an internal only mail server that doesn't send or receive mail outside my LAN. I use docker-mailserver for this. It's fairly easy to set up a minimal server though I haven't figured out how to enable SSL/TLS so everything is unencrypted in the backend at the moment. I mainly expose the mail server to my other selfhosted services so they can send notification emails to users. Users access their mail through a selfhosted roundcube webmail frontend. No IMAP/SMTP ports are exposed on the LAN or externally. It's enough for my use case (to teach my kids email). The only downside for me is that it doesn't support password changes from the webmail interface natively. All administration tasks are performed using a shell script, including password changes, so only the administrator can change the password for any user. There's a third-party add-on script that enables user password changes from the web client but I haven't investigated/implemented it, so don't know how well it works. It's also possible to set up SSL/TLS encryption for IMAP/SMTP but, in my case, it's less straightforward than described in the documentation because I want to keep it strictly internal only and don't want to open any ports on my router for email. I haven't been motivated enough to poke further because the setup works well otherwise.
The open calendar, task and note space is a mess
19 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 30 Aug 2021
I personally soured on Kolab after the whole roundcubenext debacle. Also I ended up having some serious issues because files are stored in IMAP on Kolab
What about Roundcube Next? - https://github.com/roundcube/roundcubemail/issues/6030
In 2018, RoundCube Next Remains Dead In The Water - https://www.phoronix.com/scan.php?page=news_item&px=RoundCub...
I work at Microsoft 365 and even I'm frustrated by Microsoft software
3 projects | reddit.com/r/sysadmin | 14 Jul 2021
Of course not. Most readers would understand by "Postfix/Dovecot" that Postfix is the MTA in the equation, Dovecot is the IMAP server, that something like Roundcube is used for the webmail, and there are likely other pieces depending on the business needs. You know that, too. If you want to argue against a Postfix and Dovecot based stack, then please do so without comparing apples and applesauce.
Audacity fork without the nasty policy change
13 projects | reddit.com/r/programming | 6 Jul 2021
That seems pretty unfortunate. For example, I remember Roundcube being pretty neat, but surely it handles enough user data to require COPPA compliance... so now that can't be GPL'd anymore?
Maddy: Composable all-in-one mail server
13 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 18 Jun 2021
I imagine this comes down to personal preference a lot, but I strongly prefer Roundcube over Gmail. They have improved a lot over the past years, if you have some preconceptions.
But then I also very much prefer a hierarchical/directory tree approach to organizing e-mail than labels&search as Gmail does it.
More similar UX-philosophy can be found in Mailpile and Cypht. Both still have decent amount of moving parts but are continuously progressing.
Protonmail-like self-hosted webmail & mobile app
2 projects | reddit.com/r/selfhosted | 28 May 2021
Roundcube is a good webmail client, it has a plugin to support PGP. On mobile there is FairEmail
What are some alternatives?
SimpleLogin - The SimpleLogin back-end
RainLoop - Simple, modern & fast web-based email client
WebMail Lite - AfterLogic WebMail Lite PHP. Fast and easy-to-use webmail front-end for your existing IMAP mail server, Plesk or cPanel.
Mailpile - A free & open modern, fast email client with user-friendly encryption and privacy features
docker-mailserver - Production-ready fullstack but simple mail server (SMTP, IMAP, LDAP, Antispam, Antivirus, etc.) running inside a container.
Mailcow - mailcow: dockerized - 🐮 + 🐋 = 💕
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
ProtonMail Web Client - Monorepo hosting the proton web clients