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Re: [tor-talk] Secure email with limited usable metadata
edit: someone one's else machine *like at work
On Sun, Jun 30, 2013 at 6:18 PM, AK <akarmn@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> 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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