Private mail with Kolab Now

Conclusion

Kolab Now offers an intriguing option for users who want to keep their email safe both from government agents and from corporations that profit from exploiting user information. The goal of Kolab Now is to protect your data from snooping and post-processing as it resides on the server. The service is not intended to provide total anonymity in transit, and, of course, it cannot control what happens to your outgoing message once it reaches its destination.

Infos

  1. Kolab Now: https://kolabnow.com/
  2. Kolab software: https://kolab.org/overview
  3. Kolab Systems: https://kolabsystems.com/
  4. ToSDR: https://tosdr.org/
  5. Swiss legal framework for Kolab Now: https://kolabnow.com/privacy/legal-framework
  6. Kolab Now signup: https://kolabnow.com/cockpit/signup/

The Author

Swapnil Bhartiya is a journalist and writer, covering Linux and open source for more than 10 years. He is also a science fiction writer whose stories have been broadcast on Indian radio and published in leading Indian magazines. He has been a special correspondent for IT and assistant editor for Linux for You magazine. He founded an open source web magazine while living in Europe. Swapnil currently resides in Washington, DC

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