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        81 comments  ·  General  ·  Admin →

        We are happy to inform you that we have started to build desktop applications for OS X, Linux and Windows. Desktop clients will enable you to import emails to your encrypted Tutanota mailbox as well as give you offline access. Building desktop clients is an extensive project, so we cannot give an exact ETA.

        If you would like to support our development team, please donate to Tutanota: https://tutanota.com/community#donate

        We use this money to further grow our development team and speed up our development: https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/welcome-ivan

        Thank you very much for your support!
        Your Tutanota Team

        Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

        Strongly agree! But preserve the encryption even on desktop application.

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          34 comments  ·  General  ·  Admin →
          Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

          Please add a default language choice in setting

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            80 comments  ·  General  ·  Admin →

            We would like to apologize that Tutanota does not support payments with cryptocurrencies at the moment. In 2016 we took a tough decision to give our encrypted webmail client a complete make over to improve performance, which became particularly important for mobile devices. The new Tutanota client is now in beta – https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/secure-mail-public-beta-release – and much faster. The speed improvement was also necessary to allow us to implement a search feature – https://tutanota.com/blog/posts/first-search-encrypted-data – one of the highest voted feature requests.

            Our plan for 2018 is to bring the new client out of beta and to give the iOS and Android apps the same update as well as add the Android app to F-Droid.

            Once we have finished this project, we plan to add support for cryptocurrencies. We will take a close look as to what currencies fit best before simply adding one or two. Please let us know your…

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            "our super private email accounts."
            LOL

            basically that. add bitcoin, i buy. ez.

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              Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

              How do I know if an email is encrypted. To me encryption would only be valid if the message is encrypted on my computer before it is sent, not simply encrypted after it arrives on the Tutanota servers. There is no actual proof that I'm sending out an encrypted email other than a button that I've clicked requesting the email be encrypted. Given a total lack of proof, I'm beginning to suspect that Tuta encryption could be a total ruse, just like Lee Harvey Oswald as the Kennedy assassin, America landing men on the moon, 9/11, Sandy Hook, the Boston Bombing, and the ISIS beheadings. Most people believe these events happened as reported by the government, but for anyone that has studied them carefully it's a different story. So is Tutanota email actually encrypted? I don't have a clue other than their claim that it is. Where's the proof?

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                Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                I notice the lag after the login is exceptionally slow.

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                  4 comments  ·  General  ·  Admin →
                  Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                  This is the problem with gmail and Startmail imported the gmail contact list and created a situation that is actually worse. I favour an option to collect it all, or restrict the list to manual entry. Overtime a huge list of unneeded names becomes unwieldy. It was particularly difficult to manage the Starmail list; so much so, that I decided to abandon the service.

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                    Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                    Leave it alone, I like it just the way it is. The Tutanota icon is better than all the rest. Very distinctive, and full use of the allotted space. Great graphic design work. Could not be better.

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                      Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                      In regards to importation of contacts, it can be a huge mess when doing it from gmail.  The problem being that gmail collects every email address that ever arrived or was sent out, along with incorrect address that were accidentally typed in.  It was such a mess and so unmanageable in Startmail that it was the reason I was led to Tutanota.  I needed to find something better than Startmail.  I eventually found out that Startmail gave someone who had used just an email address, but no associated User Name, the User Name "Unknown."  So at the bottom of the Contacts List there were 200 to 300 email contacts with the user name "Unknown," actually in the User Name field.  It was an extreme nightmare.  Eventually I had to delete the entire Contact List, which in of itself was very time consuming because there was no feature I knew of to delete the entire list as a block.  Furthermore, Startmail used a separate outbound contact list and inbound contact list.

                      My suggestion if Tutanota implements the importation of a contacts list that it be just a single list and subsequently the Tutanota users chooses from the imported list what addresses he actually wants to add to his/her Tutanota email.  As for a missing User Name field, the email address itself or the front portion of it should be added to Username field, not some completely nondescript repetitively used name such as "Unknown."

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                        3 comments  ·  General  ·  Admin →
                        Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                        All I know is that I'm pretty sure my normal shorter password is strong enough, but Tutanota forces me into a more cumbersome longer password which in reality is probably not any stronger or perhaps even weaker than the shorter one. I think 8 characters is enough particularly with a good mix of symbols, numerals, and alphas.

                        Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                        All I know is that I'm pretty sure my normal shorter password is strong enough, but Tutanota forces me into a more cumbersome longer password which in reality is probably not any stronger or perhaps even weaker than the shorter one. I think 8 characters is enough particularly with a good mix of symbols, numerals, and alphas.

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                          Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                          I don't have a problem with the way it is now.

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                            Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                            Yes, it's not actually needed as it already exists with the "hover effect."

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                              Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                              I don't know what you mean by "example mailbox."

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                                Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                                Conceptually, I find this to be a good idea, but right now I would like to just have an alias user name for the alias email address. As far as I know you only have one User Name for both email addresses.

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                                  Anonymous Anonymous commented  · 

                                  One huge issue I have with the Alias account is that (as far as I know,) it uses the same "user name" even though the email address was different. What good is that. The only reason I learned about this is that a person responded and learned my "fake" name which happens to be the primary account. There needs to be a provision for an Alias user name which is used with the alias email address. My opinion is that you should only be able to log into the primary account and subsequently use the alias email if desired. In lieu of that, there should be a checkbox option where you choose to log into a single account or to both. But what is most important is the ability to create a different identity. You cannot hack what does not exist. I consider applying the same identity to both accounts event though the email address is different to be an extremely dangerous flaw in guarding the privacy of the end user.

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