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Re: [tor-talk] Tor E-mail gateway - how to transfer messages from the Tor Network ?

Katya Titov:
> Muppet96:
>> Hi,
>> is there any chance to send an E-Mail message from the Tor network to
>> gmail accounts or any other E-mail service providers ?
>> Usually each E-mail which is sent from the IP where for example: tor
>> relay is running - is immediately block by the spam filters.
>> Till now I havent found ane sensible service, from which for example
>> activist will be able to send an E-Mail. As You see, this E-mail has
>> been sent from the protonmail.com. Nice service, but I would never
>> store/send any messages from this website to my enemies or some
>> organizations.
>> Does Tor has any E-mail System which could be easily use to transfer
>> messages between Tor Network and Internet ? I`m talking about
>> services from which E-mail is accpeted by the providers as gmail,
>> yahoo, hotmail.
>> Does any one working on it ? Does any one has configured some kind of
>> gateway which can be use to transfer E-mail message from the tor
>> network to the internet ?
>> I will appreciate any for any infos.
>> Cheers
>> Muppet96
> I use common email providers, I sign up and access them via Tor. So,
> for example, I signed up to this provider (Yandex) using Tor, and I
> ensure that I only ever connect using Tor. That way, I get the
> anonymity I require while using well known providers and my email does
> not end up in the SPAM folder.
> Yandex, GMX and ProtonMail all work well. None are perfect and there
> are times when I can't connect via Tor and need to use the New Identity
> feature, but these three are pretty good.
There are also some providers that use onion for transport on tor system
using Thunderbird and the Tor proxy, not birdy though.
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