We double-checked every line of code, hardened our servers and developed a unique and inter-operable End-to-end Encrypted email solution which includes digital signatures. We did tons of other stuff as well related to data security. We cannot guarantee that the Service is perfect - nothing ever is. However, we are sure that it is as secure and private as you can hope to get, with far greater respect for your privacy than the American equivalents offer.
Mailfence is the only secure and private email service that gives you control. A free, interoperable encrypted email service protected by Belgian privacy law.
Mailfence has 4 tools: Mailfence Email, Mailfence Calendar, Mailfence Documents, and Mailfence Contacts. The Mailfence Groups allow you to collaborate with other Mailfence users. How to compose an email Click on the Email component, then Click on the blue button called “New”. From there, fill in the Subject and To fields. Write your message.
Mailfence is an encrypted email service that offers OpenPGP based end-to-end encryption and digital signatures. It was launched in November 2013 by ContactOffice Group, which has been operating an online collaboration suite for universities and other organizations since 1999.
Mailfence is a secure email suite that offers end-to-end encryption (through PGP support) and the ability to work with different email clients. It is offered by ContactOffice Group SA, a Belgian company founded in 1999. The founders launched Mailfence in November of 2013.
Mailfence is a complete email suite offering tools such as a Mailfence Calendar, Mailfence Documents, Mailfence Contacts, Mailfence Groups, Mailfence Chat and Mailfence Polls. Mailfence is interoperable with any other OpenPGP compatible encrypted email service. All encryption operations take place in the browser, making it a “true” end-to-end encrypted email solution.
Mailfence is a security-centric email service that features end-to-end encryption to ensure nobody but you and your intended recipient can read your messages. The service includes an email address and web interface that incorporates OpenPGP public key encryption.
Open your Thunderbird client. Go to File -> New -> Existing Mail Account. Enter your Mailfence account Display name, Email address and Password. Keep Remember password checked (optional). Select IMAP or POP3. Click on Done. Configuration settings for SMTP, IMAP and POP for your Mailfence account can be found in your account Settings -> Account -> My connection settings.
Emails sent using Mailfence webmail do not include the source IP address (X-Originating-IP) for privacy reasons. When you sign-in and/or login via Tor, Mailfence (or other intermediaries) will only see your Tor exit node (the last point in the anonymous communication chain). Your real IP address will not be exposed.
Mailfence is an extremely popular secure email service provider, but there are plenty of alternatives on the market, including ProtonMail (opens in new tab) and Mailbox.org (opens in new tab).