mailbox.org offers a secure e-mail account for home and business use. The domain name, firstname.lastname@example.org, is easy to remember and can be understood anywhere in the world. They have been operating e-mail accounts for more than 20 years and are a highly reliable service provider.
- E-mails, calendars, contacts, tasks, word processing, and file sharing - Attachment size up to 137 MB - 2 to 50 GB storage space for e-mails - Up to 100 GB storage space for documents and photos - Smartphone synchronizing for contacts, calendars, etc. - Consistent encryption with SSL/TLS and GPG - Reliable spam and virus protection - User-defined filters, forwarding, and automated vacation responses - Completely ad-free, no analysis of user data - Compliant with German data privacy regulations - Server located in Germany (Berlin) - Green hosting with green power
JohnFastman Mailbox is an excellent Yahoo! Mail alternative: it doesn't violate your privacy, it hasn't had 100s of millions of its accounts hacked and it didn't write scripts searching all customers' accounts for keywords for the FBI. However, it DOES have: a nice interface, calendar and contacts and encryption integration. Also hosted in Germany (better privacy laws) and supports 2FA.
Positive comment • over 4 years ago • as an alternative to Yahoo! Mail
JohnFastman Mailbox.org is a partial replacement for Protonmail. It offers a fully functional email solution (email, calendar, contacts), but with the added benefits of PGP encryption support (you can handle the keys or let them do it). It also allows you to send links to people who don't use PGP if you want to send private messages. For the encryption, it's a bit like Protonmail. For everything else, it's like a privacy-respecing Gmail alternative.
Positive comment • over 4 years ago • as an alternative to ProtonMail
JohnFastman Mailbox.org is a good StartMail replacement because it offers PGP-based encryption (you choose if you want them to handle your private keys or not), and it comes with Calendar and Contacts features that are better than StartMail's. But you have to pay a little to use it. A closer 1-for-1 replacement for Startmail in terms of functionality might be Protonmail, but it has fewer features than Mailbox.org.
Positive comment • over 4 years ago • as an alternative to StartMail
Protonmail is a solid provider if you want good privacy on your email, however it does not have IMAP support, and no Calendar support either. It's a very basic but solid email service with good privacy.