Currently the android and desktop versions of tutanota require an internet connection. Some caching ability would be nice, such as the ability to store the top so many emails, where such a value could be modified as a user modifiable variable.
There is no function at the moment to read emails on the IOS app that were recieved online to then be read offline later... without having to open the emails while online all individually first..
Super frustrating... Imagine trying to obtain a boarding pass at the airport but realised you didnt open the email booking earlier when it was sent to you.. while you were online
Strong request for offline access to folders please. Essential requirement before I could consider migrating.
An alternative quick fix might be to include the ability to forward one or a selection of mails to a pre-configured alternative email address with a single button click.
With such a feature I could quickly and easily fwd to, say, Gmail or Yahoo any items that I might need whilst mobile/flying.
No official response from Tutanota. That app loading time is mad annoying. A local cache would help alleviate that and make me happy.
Voting for offline access with my both hands !
Many event tickets and boarding-passes for flights are sent by email. Requiring internet access to access these is problematic, especially when abroad.
This is a feature I'd very much like to see.
To keep it simple, not sure it has to be encrypted, as suggested below. Most of us who value our privacy keep our devices locked down and encrypted anyway, so if they fall into the wrong hands our data will be safe.
I'd really like to see this as a desktop app, that allows *all* emails to be downloaded to local directories. It's particularly useful when travelling or in other situations where internet access may not be available for extended periods - and especially if Tutanota is the user's primary email.
+1 to this idea
Yes I would also like to request offline access for the iOS app
Yes please. I'd appreciate this in the web app, but a browser-independent desktop app would be even better. The cloud data, which was already encrypted on the client side, would be downloaded to the desktop app's local folder(s). Here it would remain encrypted at rest. I'd like to see AES-256 as the standard, with the option of additional layers of encryption (Blowfish, Twofish, etc.) and multi-factor authentication. This could also be an option for the mobile apps. In this case, go to the app settings and say whether or not you'd like to store data offline, and select the types of data kept (emails, contacts, calendar, notes, etc. as they become available as features). Same encryption methodology, with the addition Touch ID support on iOS.
Colin Arnott commented
Also, any data at rest should be encrypted.