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Re: [tor-talk] Email provider for privacy-minded folk

I use riseup as well. They have always been great for me, including when
I've had a minor problem or two -- such as when emails from a list for
freelance writers were accidentally marked as spam. That ticket was
fixed right away. The only trouble I have with riseup is the 2 MB limit
for outbound email attachments. I sometimes have to send large documents
(PDFs, DOCs) to clients, and a larger limit would be convenient. I
should ask riseup about raising it; I would be willing to pay for that.

If you use riseup, be sure to donate. You can donate to them through Flattr.

On 02/12/2013 08:41 AM, Ted Smith wrote:
> On Tue, 2013-02-12 at 10:13 +0100, Karsten N. wrote:
>> On 02/12/2013 01:47 AM, bvvq wrote:
>>> I would like to change.
>> You may try VFEmail https://www.vfemail.net/
>> For a one-time payment of $15 you get an good service. Use an anonymous
>> prepaid credit card to stay anonymous. Free service works well with
>> SMTP, POP and IMAP too but contains ads and taglines.
>> Best regards
>> Karsten N.
> I use riseup.net -- I trust their promise not to store any logs, I know
> they'll never block Tor, and they don't have any ads in their web
> interface.
> That said, if you're financially stable in a first-world country, you
> should probably throw some bitcoins their way to cover the cost of your
> email account (they recommend you donate three hour's worth of pay per
> year IIRC, which is pretty trivial for most people).
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