Mailfence main assets are its very simple and lightweight interface allowing users to send and receive signed and encrypted messages in a very userfriendly way.
Mailfence supports both S/MIME and OpenPGP standards and does not require any plugin, applet,.... All is done through a webinterface.
Some additional advantages of Mailfence are its efficient customer service and possibility to manage own domainnames.
The encryption service is currently in private beta and public beta is foreseen in a good month.
Beta testers can request an invitation on firstname.lastname@example.org
As a follow-up, our public-beta (for E2EE and Digital Signatures) has been released.
A generic overview can also be found in this comparison table of emailquestion.com - and for more details, users are more than welcome to post their feedback/suggestions/queries on this thread or drop us an email at email@example.com (which will duly allow us to further enhance our service).