Mustafa Mohsen

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    under review  ·  17 comments  ·  General  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    Mustafa Mohsen commented  · 

    Good solution @SwissTengu
    Though I believe that balancing both cases, I think that exposing the real inbox will put the user under the risk that no "sensitive" emails are sent while his/her inbox is exposed. I guess it's less likely that @t's scenario happen
    A mix-and-match might be to selectively add some addresses/keywords to create some (hidden) filter that by default moves the email to the vault folder, and make the filters too inaccessible except using the "safe" password

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