What email service can you trust?
Nathan123 last edited by
@advocatux Thanks! Yeah I'm with you on not trusting. People are so "corruptible", and cave in to pressure from various things.
Yeah, Tutanota is German company....not sure what country is best. Might give your suggestion a shot.
Nathan123 last edited by Nathan123
@dieharddan Thanks! Posteo looks great! Didn't think about the calendar and stuff. Need 2 get off Google.
You guys use Thunderbird or something as the interface??
obacht last edited by
I use Tunderbird as an interface on my laptop. I am used to it since long and never went searching for an alternative because it works pretty well for my needs and it can handle calendars and contacts as well. The syncing with posteo works well, the help-site of posteo provides good help.
I did not update my ubports to OTA 10 yet, but my last best knowledge is that syncing of contacts via carddav (the standard that posteo provides) requires some coding, the UBports-forum will help you with that. But from what I know syncing with carddav is not supported ootb yet - that might have changed with ota 10.
ironically googlemail seems to be integrated rather well with UBports
dieharddan last edited by
@advocatux i thought runbox was great and i setup a trial account but found that their servers are unincrypted. I didnt care for that.
dieharddan last edited by
@Nathan123 i just use dekko 2. Calandar works but contacts dont in UT as mentioned.
Beduries last edited by
+1 posteo... 12 Euros in a year isn't a lot.
elastic last edited by
I'm using mailbox.org - the office and encryption features are awesome plus it provides cloud storage that can be synced with open exchange - pitty there is no OX client for UT though - you still have to trust them of course ...
3arn0wl last edited by 3arn0wl
I guess the ideal scenario would be to have email on a personal server...
I know there are tutorials on how to do that - and I was keen to try, but people who have done it warned me off.
My hope is that Nextcloud will make an app to make that easy to achieve.
saveurlinux last edited by
To have your own personal server is great but many mails send from it will be reject frow other servers as your server will not be considered as trusted one. Be aware of this.
mc_taskin last edited by
I don't think my trust issues are as deep as yours but here is what i use;
purism librem mail for general purposes,
protonmail for my academic mail traffics, and finally
tutanota for my social mails and contacts(i dig its calender).