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    jP commented  · 

    Yes, on the other hand, there are numerous completely free (albeit less private and secure) e-mail solutions out there, so in fact they the developers _do_ actually own something to the subscribers (namely their salary).

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    jP commented  · 

    I've noticed the same thing. Tutanota spam filtering often seems to randomly classify some mails as spam or nospam, without any apparent logic :(

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    jP commented  · 

    I absolutely second this. As it stands, the current spam filtering is useless.

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    under review  ·  31 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    jP commented  · 

    I too fail to see why this would need to be done by tutanota. We have other services/apps for that.

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    5 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Thanks for your feedback. As this is an important security feature, we have asked the community how they would like to see this feature in detail: https://www.reddit.com/r/tutanota/comments/8abisz/new_client_stores_your_ip_address_encrypted_for/

    As you requested, in the future the IP log feature must be atcivated by the user to guarantee everyone’s need for privacy is respected. We have now started this feature so we can change the encrypted IP log feature to opt-in before pushing the new client out of beta.

    If you want to support our fight for privacy, please upgrade to Premium for only 1 € per month. :) Thank you!

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    13 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    jP commented  · 

    Create and maintain a full blown office suite with a staff of five people, are you guys for real? :D

    Consider that the office suite we now know as LibreOffice has been in development for 33 years (since 1985) with hundreds of developers involved. Microsoft has been developing their office for 27 years now (since 1990), though actually word has been around since 1983 and excel since 1987.

    Writing a new office suite from scratch would be a monumental undertake, if one wanted to have any kind of near decent feature-set. So please don't even go there, keep tutanota simple and functional :)

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