[Bglug] Recommendations on Paid Email Services

Anthony Morassutti moralater9 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 26 16:54:45 EST 2021


I've heard good things about tutanota but have never used it apart
from a small user-interface test to see its interface. Seems pretty
good from what I could tell.

On 26/01/2021, Znoteer <znoteer at mailbox.org> wrote:
> On Tue, Jan 26, 2021 at 11:37:43AM -0500, Paul Widmer wrote:
>> What email options would you recommend if willing to pay for a service
>> with
>> importance placed towards the following in order of priority:
>>
>>    1. Security
>>    2. Privacy
>>    3. Utility/usability (e.g. though I have loved using Mutt via CLI, I
>>    don't want to do this for my email long term ;-) )
>>
>> Options that I have on the table are:
>>
>>    1. ProtonMail
>>    2. Hey
>>    3. Self hosting
>>
>
> I've been a customer of Fastmail.fm and am now with mailbox.org.  Happy
> with
> both.  I switched to mailbox.org because of encryption and then never
> bothered to set it up :) (so few people I know use it)
>
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