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    Release Notes August 2020

    What’s new in StartMail? As the summer period is coming to an end, we hope you are all doing well! We have been working hard at StartMail to continue enhancing our product offering for you. Here you can find an overview of the new features and bug fixes for the month of August. New […]

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    How scammers get your private email address (and what you can do about it)

    Have you ever received a strange email and wondered how it got into your inbox?

    You’re not alone. Spammers send over 14.5 billion spam emails a day – a total of 45% of all emails sent. You’ve likely […]

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    Release Notes July 2020

    What’s new in StartMail? It’s the summer period and we hope you all are doing well! We have been working hard at StartMail to continue enhancing our product offering for you. Here you can find an overview of the new features and bug fixes for the month of July. New features Contact Management […]

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    StartMail’s alias feature: the best way to improve your privacy and keep your inbox uncluttered

    Have you noticed all the “You haven’t heard from us in a while, but we’d like to reassure you…” emails about Covid-19 from basically ANY product or service you’ve used online? A restaurant that you visited 5 years ago, an online shop where you once bought a random gift for someone’s birthday, or an employment […]

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    Protect your cryptocurrencies and all crypto-related communications with StartMail

    Did you know that since the inception of Bitcoin in 2009, billions of dollars worth of cryptocurrencies have been stolen? One of the main reasons? Email.  Most cryptocurrency owners opt for using a provider, such as an exchange wallet, to secure their crypto rather than holding the crypto themselves, since that can be quite complex. […]

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    Release Notes June 2020

    What’s new in StartMail? It’s nearing the summer period and we hope you are all getting back to your routine. We have been busy enhancing our product offering for you. Here you can find an overview of the new features and bug fixes for the month of June. New features PGP Encryption It is […]

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    The noti(ficati)on of read receipts

    Our users occasionally request a read receipt function within StartMail. Read receipts allow you know if an email was read by a recipient. We’re not a fan of this function for numerous reasons, most importantly, it is considered a form of tracking.  By default, with email providers, you only know if your recipient’s email was […]

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    The StartMail Referral Program – share the freedom of private email

    We have some exciting news to share: We just launched the StartMail Referral Program! It’s our way of saying thank you to our loyal customers who are recommending StartMail to their friends and family. When you share StartMail’s private email service with others, you and your friend can earn a 50% discount for an account […]

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    The Importance of Email Encryption

    By Patrick W. Dunne – freelance writer for Digital Privacy News – follow him on LinkedIn or read his blog. Email can be one of the least secure platforms out there. Every day, people freely exchange private information without regard for who might see it, or whose hands it could end up in. You’re probably familiar with a […]

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    What is GDPR and how does it protect your online privacy?

    By Patrick W. Dunne – freelance writer for Digital Privacy News – follow him on LinkedIn or read his blog. In 2012, the European Commission sought to reform data privacy across the European Union (EU) and adapt to the technological age. After years of deliberation, the European Parliament published the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) to replace outdated […]

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