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Old 20 Jul 2016, 08:16 PM   #15
Tsunami
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Join Date: Jun 2004
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I have to admit to be a rookie when it comes to encryption and terminology such as in the posts above.

Does the need for a decryption key mean that if a MailFence user emails someone using for example Hotmail/Yahoo/Gmail or vice versa, the email would be not received or not readable?




I also have some questions that to me are quite important when choosing a new mail host:
- do you keep a log of previous sign-in dates and locations?
- what is the inactivity/expiry limit of a MailFence account? I mean, this doesn't necessarily have to be the same as for a Mail.be or ContactOffice.com account even when they are run by the same parent company.


I won't ask for how long the service has been around and whether it'll survive the forseeable future despite the competition from the big players out there. Mail.be/ContactOffice/MailFence have been around quite a while, I know as I am Belgian myself
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