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Own-Mailbox, the first 100% confidential Mailbox.

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For years we’ve trusted the postman to deliver our mail without reading it. Why should this be different for email?
 Soverin is the honest email service that doesn’t sell your data.


Feed au format mail et sync par IMAP - Carnets de La Grange

Intéressante pensée pour créer un système de blog par mail, synchronisable en IMAP.


The Worst Email Habits and Annoyances You Should Avoid (or At Least Be Aware Of)

Good tip for replacing the default signature added by mobile phones.

Announcing « gnegg

Posts describing the development of, a web service for forwarding email to a temporary alias build with node.js and redis.

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