Simple, yet elegantly useful and time-saving (obviates possible need to consult calendar).
Sorting would be very helpful, as would FOLDER functions that permit deletion, editing, and inclusion of Sent mail.
The archivery would be better with folders,too (for example, I like my arcives to mirror the structure of my current folders).
We want to create an optional system for login without email address: https://tutanota.uservoice.com/forums/237921-general/suggestions/8258685-enhance-login-security
NON-email-username option is essential for MUCH better security (for users who are careful to invent private usernames and strong pa for their accountl).
Those who wish to use their emsil prefix (name prceding @) could have that option, too, because people vary in the level of security they feel they need . . . and are willing to habitually protect.
Options are good.
When tutanota succeeds as we must all hope it will--without ever compromising core values and fundamental mision--the number of users will be so large that multiple suffixes simply must be available to those who eschew, e.g., "MyName36542569"@suffix....
To be universal, several suffix choices better honor different cultures, generations,etc.
"Name" + <email>
Name: (a) as is set in Contacts or, if not stored there, (b) as sender gives it
Address: with a drop-down menu for contacts with >1 address.
For simple users, just make it easy for us to quickly "delete" one or many (checkboxes) items that we don't want.
AND to edit what we do keep.
YES. Whether I am sending or receiving, let me *see* which "me" is involved:
- my address; or, best,
- a name I set myself for each of my identities.
Agree. The signature feature is useless to me unless I waste either my alias address or my main address.
Why would someone use an alias account if s/he is going to put the SAME identity in the signature of both the main and the alias account??
(I hope the free account isn't being set up with this meaningless joint signature . . . only to force a purchase in order to actually have BOTH a real alias and a non-illusory signature option.)
This is an awesome idea we were already thinking about. It will be optional.
To be forced to surrender half of one's security at the most fundamental level because a site/app demands use of part/all of one's email address is . . . a stunning, unnerving crack in privacy and security.
Why worry about two-factor security if one hasn't first done the easiest two things to "lock the door" in the first place?!