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Re: Tor and Thunderbird: Outgoing Email Unsafe?

I think there are some tormail services, but another one would
certainly be appreciated. If you have a webmail login, please NO
JAVASCRIPT/JAVA/FLASH/ACTIVEX/etc. Perhaps you could also offer
forwarding for people who just want to use your service as a gateway.
That way, you could save space on their accounts.

On 1/2/07, Job <Job2@xxxxxxx> wrote:
Dont know but it totally would I guess.
Do you think you have the capacity for it?
You have to be careful though as tehre are always ppl out there abusing
a service like that... but i assume youhave a way to fight that...

Nils Vogels schreef: > On 1/2/07, Job <Job2@xxxxxxx> wrote: >> Hello, >> >> I just got Tor to be safer online and used the Tor-button to >> automatically confugure Firefox and Thunderbird for Tor. >> In Thunderbird however I have to exclude the server I use to SEND emails >> from being handled by Tor. > > To overcome just this problem, I'm thinking about setting up an e-mail > service from WITHIN Tor as a set of hidden services. Basically, it > would be a webmail/pop3/imap/smtp service, that only accepts new > account requests from within tor and has a limit on the amount of > e-mails that could be sent per account per interval. > > Does anyone know if this already exists, and if not, would it be a > welcome addition Tor? > > Gr, > > Nils >