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Re: [tor-talk] Secure email with limited usable metadata
That's why I'm setting up my own mail server at home. And also plan to
access it via web interface if using someone else's machine (like at
home). I would only allow web access via SSL and password, and only
show the emails of the last week (not more). Trying postfix, dovecot,
and SquirrelMail. Still in progress :)
On Sun, Jun 30, 2013 at 5:48 PM, <alice-tor@xxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> I would think that simply finding a mail server that doesn't log
>> ANYTHING (like what StartMail is about to offer) and encrypting
>> everything should be enough. Of course, you'd need to trust that the
>> service really isn't logging anything but that could be solved by
>> accessing it via Tor.
>> So StartMail (when it opens) via Tor should do the trick.
> StartMail/tormail does not solve the problem of metadata either. i do not want to hide my identity. i want to use my real name and communicate with people i know in real life. its about *enforcing* content encryption and secure communication so an outside observer cannot easily correlate my social network by snooping on mail traffic at net gateways.
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