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Re: [tor-talk] Sending email from Tor browser

> On Sat, Jun 14, 2014 at 4:00 AM, Chen Cecilia Zhang
> <chenceciliazhang@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>> If I draft an email and set the sending time as some time later, say 1
>> month later. Everything done by Tor web, 1 month later, if the email has
>> been sent, the IP address would be anonymous or not?
> If everything you do is via 'Tor web' (whatever that means,
> say specifically via the tor client), then you will always
> appear as being behind some exit IP. (...)

Unless there is a leak, for example in the software composing the email.
Well that shouldn't apply in the mentioned case, since it is a message
composed in the webmail interface of the TorBrowser.

'Always' has the attribution of something happening (or not) with an
expectational high certainty, at least for my understanding.

> If it is important, you should always test safely first to be sure.


Sebastian G.
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