Webmail service with image blocking??

Discussion in 'Email Discussions' started by gladius, Apr 7, 2016.

  1. gladius

    gladius New Email

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    Guys,

    I am looking for a webmail service that allows blocking of images inside messages. Basically like Gmail or Tutanota do, however for many reasons I do not want to use either Gmail nor Tutanota.
    I do need IMAP, I do not need encryption.
    Better if without phone verification but not mandatory.

    I have already tried yandex and mail.ru. They work great but no image blocking option (images are blocked in Spam folder only, useless to me) is available.

    Thanks
     


  2. unlocktheinbox

    unlocktheinbox Unlock The Inbox

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    Look into roundcube - I seem to remember when I used it in the past that it blocked images by default.

    It's not a service, it's a client (But with most email clients you can normally hook it to any ESP though Imap)

    Following the link below, it shows you how to hook it to gmail, but it's pretty much the same for every ESP.
    Sharing Ideas. Learning something new.: Access Gmail with Roundcube
     

  3. gladius

    gladius New Email

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    Yeah but I do not have a webserver where to install roundcube to.
     
  4. bburg

    bburg Valued Member

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  5. kangas

    kangas President at LuxSci.com

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    LuxSci's WebMail also does image blocking. It is a preference that you can turn on and off.
     
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  6. Mailfence.

    Mailfence. Valued Member

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    Mailfence does image blocking, and provides IMAP(S)/POP(S) along with a complete emailing suite.
     

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