[Noisebridge-discuss] finally transferring away from yahoo mail - Gmail, riseup other suggestions
matt at thrailkill.org
Thu Oct 10 06:18:49 UTC 2013
You probably want to install a computer at a colo in a country that does
not respect law enforcement requests. You could probably use a combination
of TXT and TPM to make it more difficult for anyone in physical possession
of the machine to root it.
I use Postfix and Courier IMAP on my server, but I set that up a while ago
and I don't know how crusty those are today.
On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 9:18 PM, Peter Kaminski <kaminski at istori.com> wrote:
> Hi Frantisek,
> ##Commercial option - if I invest around $50 per year for a commercial
> email server, could you once more recommend me what I could get? Some
> linux/hacker friendly firm or coop/org preferred. Sorry for not checking
> the thoughts from previous emails, just can not access them (and I would
> have a problem to find the tread probably anyway).
> Tuffmail.com and Fastmail.fm are two good IMAP service providers.
> Tuffmail is smaller, a little more oriented to the technically savvy, and
> based in the US. Fastmail is larger, a little more user-friendly, and
> based in Australia.
> On computers, Thunderbird is a good cross-platform IMAP client, and on
> Android, I use Kaiten Mail.
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