Is that tox repo still up then?
I agree, especially taken the placement of the Delete Account option now in the side menu. I must admit (shamefully) that I too almost clicked on that option while getting acquainted with the GUI and all the options. So I guess that marks me as a novice, even when I started off on computers before there was an interwebthing... ;-)
For your consideration: you want secure and anonymous email, hence you consider Tutanota. Then you take a browser extension (perfect for your unique online browser profile BTW), fill in your user name and password (in clear text, which then is saved in clear text) and send unencrypted traffic back and forth to check whether there is new mail on your anonymous account. Hmmm... And you were interested in Tutanota because..?
This is an awesome idea we were already thinking about. It will be optional.
Maybe in line with this suggestion: I noticed that when a user logs out, the interface returns to the login screen. I've seen on multiple boxes/ browsers that the Email Address entry on the login page is not cleared. Hence, the email address of the user remains on screen for all to see until the user closes the page. Imagine if the user logs and runs off... Hello, email@example.com
Just a remark: as far as I can see Tutanota does not need the fonts to be loaded. As you probably know browsers can be configurated to use only fonts available locally, thus limiting font loading and potential font fingerprinting. For example, for FireFox see browser.display.use_document_fonts. When I tested this on Tutanota, all still functioned perfectly. Furthermore, if this is applied on the users browser, it'd apply to all web use (although detection can still occur with Java and we all know complete anonymity is of course a pipe dream).
We use the browsers print option: Just press CTRL+P to print the currently selected mail. Have you tried that?Anonymous supported this idea ·
Haven't done it myself yet, but is there a possibility to print only the frame with the message? Otherwise a target=_blank in combination with a Print link/ button/ option might be the way to go. Then if the new tab is opened, the browser print option (either toolbar button or CTRL+P shortcut) can be used for a nice and clean page print. Whether the user then wants to print the page to file (PDF) or hard copy is up to her/ him. Just thinking out loud ;-)