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. (by tutao)

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  • Telegram Alternatives: Telegram Web/WebApp (Phone vs PC) vs Telegram-FOSS vs Forkgram vs Nekogram X vs Nekogram
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/PrivacyGuides | 12 Jan 2023
    They are also open source: https://github.com/tutao/tutanota so that is a good thing. I don't see how Tutanota is a better encryption though..
  • I live in a Muslim country, and it's sickening.
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/atheism | 6 Jan 2023
    A good email service would be Tutanota, but you'll have to turn off your VPN to register.
  • Desktop app with native Apple silicon support
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/tutanota | 1 Jan 2023
    After reading other posts/comments on this subreddit and on the GitHub issue (created two years ago), I learned that I am not the only one asking for this and that a lot of other Mac users are impatiently waiting for a native app (and that meanwhile they are not using the old Intel-based app through Rosetta 2).
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/tutanota | 1 Jan 2023
    No, I am not hysterical at all, I am very calm... Maybe you get that impression, because I am insisting a bit more than other users. The problem is that after more than two years from the beginning of the transition (and almost three years from the official announce) the development of a native app is not on the roadmap and it is obviously not being taken seriously. If you search for posts/comments on this subreddit or if you read the GitHub issue you will see that a lot of Mac users are complaining about the lack of an optimized app, but the responses of the support are vague.
    3 projects | reddit.com/r/tutanota | 1 Jan 2023
    Now it's been two plus years since the introduction of M1 Mac's. And over a year of having this be a request on the GitHub. I think Mac users have waited long enough for Tutanota to at the very least place this on the roadmap!
  • ⟳ 2 apps added, 44 updated at f-droid.org
    7 projects | reddit.com/r/FDroidUpdates | 16 Dec 2022
    Tutanota (version 3.105.9): Encrypted email & calendar service - easy to use, secure by design.
  • Proton Mail/Calendar vs Tutanota for free tier?
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/PrivacyGuides | 15 Dec 2022
  • A Guide To Privacy Part 1
    2 projects | dev.to | 13 Dec 2022
    Emails are the backbone of online identities, almost all your accounts connect to your email, most work related messaging, uses emails, so they’re very important for your protection. Using something like gmail or outlook or yahoo, isn’t private at all, they regularly scan your emails to recommend more personalized ads to you, I recommend using Protonmail, or Tutanota Protonmail is more popular, and both provide End-To-End encryption, meaning no one can read your data except you and the recipient , while Tutanota is fully open-source meaning we can actually inspect their code and make sure all that is true, Protonmail is partially open-source, but both are a great start for your privacy journey
  • Proton Drive iOS and Android Apps Now Available for Encrypted Cloud Storage
    2 projects | reddit.com/r/apple | 8 Dec 2022
  • Ask HN: What email service should I use instead of Gmail?
    3 projects | news.ycombinator.com | 8 Dec 2022
    Do not use any that doesn’t let you configure your domain. Never use that one email address @ unless they also let you have it or free (like Tutanota does). Just don’t. Imagine it doesn’t exist. No matter how ruthless you are it will be a friction in moving to a different provider.

    I will list some:

    - http://mailbox.org (I use it; this is my main provider and my personal domain is setup here; they are decent and private; their spam filter is not the best but much better than Gmail’s; other services on their suites are nothing to write home about; its you get what you pay for -- though their new pricing is not much less than other providers; I am on the old pricing and I don’t see myself moving to anything else unless they enforce it. Pathetic support - they simply don’t respond most of the times. Well, I guess you get what you pay for.)

    - https://tutanota.com (I use it, not on the domain though - and not really for “public” usage; please know that you just can’t have IMAP access - either use their app, or the web app, no other client - or at least that is how it was last I checked. They are extremely responsible, really good team, keep releasing new features - both for usability and privacy; much better than Mailbox on many aspects)

    -https://fastmail.com/ (It’s the “HN Exclusive Favourite”. Too expansive for my usage and that is their first paid tier which is very limited; people swear by their mail client - I have never used it and I doubt I will. I secretly suspect HN has a shill/fan/etc following of these folks here just like Apple has :-D)

    - https://protonmail.com (I might move to them if I ever leave mailbox.org. They are good. None of these are good if you get into the discussion of 5 eyes, 14 eyes, and 7 ears etc; I am not saying you should not but then you would end up with zero providers or just one like riseup.net or so or maybe not even that; riseup is great though, I donate to them and have a “non-public”.)

    - Zoho (I’d say stay away; I’ve reasons, some of those reasons might be off-topic for hn)

    - https://purelymail.com (If it wasn’t a one-person setup, I’d have definitely tried them; a friend uses them and he says it’s excellent; very good/transparent pricing)

    - Migadu (has very questionable daily email quota on their base plan. I would not want to deal with that and hoping for an exception or that it is not really enforced)

    My use-case is not hiding from state actors, because I can’t. I am not that skilled and motivated. If yours is similar I highly recommend pick one of mailbox, protonmail, fastmail.

    Finalise a domain now (preferably something that let you keep your whois data private) and never renew for less than 2 years at once. Have different kinds of backup email with your domain registrar e.g. gmail, icloud.com (if you have one) etc; 2FA; your phone number (in my country it’s easier to kidnap someone and torture for few hours to days to get the password than SIM hijacking/sppfing, you mileage might vary),

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