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  • Protonmail multiple emails in one space
    I you use multiple accounts so you don't have to use the same eMail in all websites where you sign up to protect yourself from spam and data breaches then you might be interested in SimpleLogin (i think that techore or the hated one have a video about it), it's a great tool to generate unique email addresses for each website and all of them forward to your main protonmail account.
  • Is my security situation fine? | 2021-06-14
    You could use an email client which supports pgp, e.g mailpile, (or if you don’t want to selfhost, then thunderbird for pc and k9 for android), and then pair this with an email forwarding service such as simplelogin/anonaddy for pgp. You’d still be using gmail, but will prevent gmail from snooping on emails due to encryption, and increase security/privacy by optionally having a seperate email alias for all services.
  • Mail Alias
    I don't know of a single container solution for mail aliases. One of docker containers based self-hosted solution is SimpleLogin -
  • Creating accounts with my email address | 2021-06-04 may be what youre after.
  • My email is considered pwned on the internet and several people are trying to guess the password and log in.
    i think blocking scammers is not very efficient, i would create new mailbox. When you will have new mailbox, dont use your real email anywhere rather use aliases created by it is free opensource service, which allows you to create alias, so nobody will know your real email address. You can cancel alias anytime, so if you notice spam/scam mails just cancel alias and create new one.
    It is opensource end of debate. I provided link to post where is link to github where is full source code. It is licensed under MIT license.
    rather use aliases created by it is free opensource service, which allows you to create alias, so nobody will know your real email address.
  • GitHub Issue
  • Best Security Practices for Protecting Self and Tendies
    Some of the providers I personally use are: Protonmail,, AnonAddy, and SimpleLogin.
    Some of the providers I personally use are: Protonmail,, AnonAddy, and SimpleLogin.
  • Suggestion: Integrate Bitwarden with disposable e-mail services like SimpleLogin or idBloc | 2021-05-30
  • I want to host my own email alias service on my server. | 2021-05-29
  • I have been pwned
  • haveibeenpwned is now integrated in SimpleLogin that allows you to know whether your alias has been part of a data breach. This feature was actually coded by a SimpleLogin user (the code is reviewed by us).
    Yes this feature is currently in pull request :) that you can track the progress in
  • list of free resources available to everyone that people don't know about | 2021-05-28
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