digitalEnvelopes - Email service review

Discussion in 'Email Reviews' started by kernelpanik, May 28, 2015.

  1. kernelpanik

    kernelpanik digitalEnvelopes

    May 3, 2015
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    Hi there!
    I just read your forum and if it's ok for you I would suggest you email service to add to the list.
    I introduce myself . . . I'm Niko, nice to meet you!
    I'm the owner of " | Free Webmail", I'm a geek guy, FLOSS fanatic and a
    linux system administrator. I made up this website to give a chance to my friends,
    and actually to all the people that wanna try it, to use something different from big email providers.
    We all know privacy is a big problem with big email providers ;)

    It's built 100% using open source software.

    With you can choose between 3 different webmail interfaces
    (Horde, Roundcube, Rainloop) and all of them come with the possibility to use pgp encryption,
    although unencrypted messages can also be sent.

    Horde, Roundcube, Rainloop are all at last version and keep updated.

    There are six available domains.

    An email is required to register, but registration is immediate so this can be a disposable one.

    Although the service is technically ‘free’, is run just by me,
    and therefore relies on donations.

    Ads: no
    Aliases: up to 5
    Terminated if inactive for: 180 days
    Encrypted by default: yes
    Inbox size: 1GB but effectively unlimited (support for more)
    POP/IMAP: yes
    Based: Italy
    Perfect Forward Secrecy: yes
    Privacy policy (Privacy Policy | digitalEnvelopes | Webmail
    JavaScript required: Yes
    Antivirus/spam filtering: Clam AV, SpamAssasin
    User IP in mail headers: No (webmail & SMTP)
    Signup through Tor: No
    Max attachment: 50MB (support for more)
    Severs in: France, Canada
    Connection Security: TLS 1.2, AES256 GCM and SHA384 with ECDHE RSA

  2. compleo

    compleo Valued Member

    Jul 11, 2015
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    Does digital Envelopes have encrypted address book/contacts.

  3. kernelpanik

    kernelpanik digitalEnvelopes

    May 3, 2015
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    I'm sorry not yet.
    But I'm planning to enble encryption for stored email in the next weeks.

    UPDATE !!! ***IMPORTANT***
    - You DO NOT need anymore an email to register,
    - Domains are now four
    - New link to Privacy Policy: go to | Encrypted email and follow the link "Privacy Policy"

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