Yes, it would be very helpful to have folders. I don't know what this entails, but it is very helpful. Still, great service regardless, and thanks team!
Sorry, but I like it the way it is. I don't delete my emails one by one, so it is practical for me.
I have my emails that arrive sent to the folder bearing the name of the alias. I appreciate your point too though, as it would be nice to see a sent list for each email too, rather than just those that arrive. I click on the email and open the "show more" option, click on their name, and then I choose "Add Rule", and all their emails will go to that folder after I do so.
Take a picture now from what? Our device? I want a secure email rather than just have access through a series of open tubes with the email passing Google's sensory glands. The problem is with this image sending is all the information that is attached to an image, or any other file for that matter. I appreciate that I need to open it first, as it means I can be reminded to check whether the file is clean or dirty...no, not THAT dirty...the other one. Where's your head at? I like to use MAT before accessing pictures. I don't know if you are aware of the kind of information sent with a picture. A picture tells a thousand words, but has even more metadata these days than that, so that a whole encyclopedia can be made of you, and even what direction you were facing, and probably when cross-analysing data, who was standing next to you.
I use my email with up to five aliases, based on my business. Is it for yourself or for others?
I like that the choice is still there for us to select to view if we want to, or to leave them unloaded. There is an old outdated saying...something about trust in a business relationship. That is a load of rubbish. If it isn't in a contract, it is being manipulated by businesses and legal teams throughout the world to exploit people, and grind up their bones to sell gelatine or concrete products...okay, maybe not exactly, but it isn't far off having a similarity. Which images will you trust?
There is another option too, and that is to use the program MAT to remove at least metadata from the pictures.
What are the advantages of having it? If it has an advantage in some form of local identifiers for people, then sure. If not, what is the point? I look forward to seeing what people think about this just out of curiosity.
I like the ability to use office suites from my computer, and if I want others editing them, they aren't edited en masse by potentially 20 or more different people at the same time. I like the former way, whereby a document is created, edited and then eventually released. I like sixhundred's comment about libreoffice's online suite. I love and use libreoffice, but don't use online suites for anything. I like my documents to go to people I want them to go to, and not to anyone else. The security vulnerabilities would be amplified by introducing such a system - in my opinion mind you...not stating I'm right or wrong - and keeping the email platform secure would become very difficult as resources would be divided across many boards, allowing for creep as such. No, creep isn't the name of the person who is being creepy. That's Creepy Crawley! Creep meaning that it would be a lot slower to detect vulnerabilities as there would be a plethora of other angles allowed in.
LOL. I agree with the "google" comment as an example. "Googley-eyed oglers" is more appropriate, yet it has five syllables.
I understand the angle you're coming from in shortening it, like "Coke" is from "Coca-cola" (sounds like Tutanota), but the reasons for why they abbreviate isn't based on the degeneration of society due to fluoridisation and brainwashing through mind-numbing melody-void noises played over and over on commercial radio and distractions every 5 minutes for 7 minutes of pathetic 30 second irritating advertisements on television. It is because they are cheapskates and want to save on advertising, so by reducing their letter count, they can pay the signmakers/printers less money. I mean, we can't even use the word "Ugg" any more, thanks to a certain shoe company, and others.
There goes the caveman theory lads!!! Next they'll be asking us to stop clobbering people with branches before marriage...er...that's already happened I hear.
This will be added with the new app by the End of April / beginning of Mai 2018.
What other forms of two-factor authentication are available without having to rely on information harvester companies like Google and Microsoft...and their "partners"?
This is a good point, as for the Tor availabilities. I didn't realise they were being blocked. Sadly, I see two sides of this issue. One is that people want a secure email, and are using Tor for such things. I agree with this very much.
The second though is an issue, and is actually twofold. It is people sabotaging good projects by using tools like Tor, and the other is people misusing the services for bad things online. I don't know what I'd do if it was my product, as these parameters are all important.
Building an encrypted calendar is at the top of our to-do list right now as we desperately need a solution to schedule and share calendar entries securely ourselves. However, first, we have to finish the new client to push it our of beta and update the Tutanota Android and iOS apps so that you can use your encrypted mailbox with very good speeds and many more features on all your devices. Once we are done with that, we will build the encrypted calendar.
Thank you very much for your continuous support.
I am very happy with the email client, and exceptionally happy with the perspective of the calendar being implemented. I am ashamed to live in a society where people are that self-absorbed that they don't bother to read or care about the fine details, and instead hand over their - and in the process, everyone else's - rights to privacy by their blatant stupidity. It is people who design this email who I am grateful for who are around. I was amazed to hear that Google's former slogan was "Don't be evil", when they are now an evil company, by mass-stalking and spying on society, and selling/giving away their information/data. The reason they have that slogan appears to be that they don't want any competition in the "evil" department. It is sad, as a lot of their services are good, but this prostitution of their people is horrid. There should be a mass effort to follow Google executives around as a crowd, with everyone calling out down the line everything they are doing..."He's in the toilet!...She didn't wash her hands!"...and when asked what they are doing (all 100 000 of them), they can respond "It's okay, we don't do anything with the data we've collected".
So top marks for providing an email service that isn't a spy laboratory for dummies, and others who are tricked into it by sneaky agreements that force our children into a so-called education brainwashing system that makes them have to have one of these spyware company products to ruin their lives on from junior school. You are worth more money than the products you provide, and I'm sorry I don't have much of it yet.