Tutanota is the Signal of email. Except, we don't even have your phone number. 😀 Check here why Tutanota is great for anonymous email: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/anonymous-email/
@Tutanota so it is like Session (Signal fork) getsession.org .., plus running on an VPN(!) onion-network 😀
Btw, what about offering an exclusive loki exit node to tutanota mail server only? https://docs.oxen.io/products-built-on-oxen/lokinet/exit-nodes? If I remember correctly mailxxx.org offers that via Tor.
Anyways, keep it up good work! Looking forward to new features and improvements!
@Tutanota Ideally, one would use multiple anonymous mailboxes, each for a defined purpose. However, free Tutanota accounts are limited to one per person (unless you want to be dishonest during sign-up). What's a good way to pay for multiple accounts and not have them linked together?
@Tutanota Signal is awesome but I really hate the fact that I need to use the Play Store or App Store to get it. I wish it were available on more open platforms. 😔
Add this repository to F-Droid, it's the ungoogled version https://fdroid.twinhelix.com/fdroid/repo?fingerprint=7B03B0232209B21B10A30A63897D3C6BCA4F58FE29BC3477E8E3D8CF8E304028
You can find more info on this thread on F-Droid forum https://forum.f-droid.org/t/ive-degoogled-signal-messenger/10443
@Vega @Tutanota There is no guarantee that this version of Signal is secure since it isn't official. It's definitely interesting but the only real way to know that those modifications haven't introduced some vulnerabilities is to read the source code myself, unlike the official version which has been extensively peer reviewed.
There is no Turkish on the site. Let me write in english too: I use Tutanota and I am very satisfied
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