Kolab and alternatives

Discussion in 'privacy technology' started by Secuirityminded, Sep 4, 2016.

  1. Secuirityminded

    Secuirityminded Registered Member

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    Does anyone know if Kolab offers aliases? I would like to get a service with more privacy that also has aliases to better manage junk mail. I like that Koab is in Switzerland.

    Other alternatives are appreciated.

    I just set up a protonmail account for one of my uses.

    thanks.
     
  2. compleo

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    Not familiar with Kolab,i have Proton also,but can only select registered username between Protonmail domains.

    I also use SCRYPT but it is an American inbox.
     
  3. Secuirityminded

    Secuirityminded Registered Member

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    Thanks for the reply. I found information about Protonmail, but not sure it allows for the alias to be 'turned off' if I want to stop receiving email from that address

    Aliases using “+”
    ProtonMail offers the ability to receive mail from an unlimited number of aliases by using a “+” symbol after your username in your email address.

    Just add a “+” after your username and before “@domain.com,” to create a new email address that will be delivered right to your existing inbox. For example, if your email is username@protonmail.com, email sent to username+soccerclub@protonmail.com will also be delivered to your inbox. In an upcoming release, we will be adding filters and filter rules, so you can automatically sort and label emails you receive.


    I was interested in Countermail but dismissed them because of low SSL grade (https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=countermail.com).
     
  4. compleo

    compleo Registered Member

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    Then a disposable e mail would work for you.

    Are you seeking the paid or freebie?

    Here's 2 you can check out--->VFE & MAILFENCE
     
  5. ComputerSaysNo

    ComputerSaysNo Registered Member

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    I would recommend runbox.com if you need aliases.
     
  6. compleo

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    Is this feature for the paid version since i'm not able to find this in the free version.

     
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    Do you know any disposable e mail or e mail providers that offer disposable e mail addys (freebie)?
     
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    I think outlook.com offers aliases, otherwise you can consider a remailer like blur or 33mail.
     
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