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- We support standard email access that works with most third party apps. This includes IMAP and POP3.
- IMAP supports the IDLE command, for immediate, battery-efficient mail delivery for phones and other devices. (This is sometimes called "Push".)
- Standard webmail access is also provided using Roundcube, which also supports importing and exporting contacts.
- We support filters for automatically managing, redirecting, or replying to email. Filters can be managed through either webmail or through Sieve.
- Spam filtering through SpamAssassin, with support for automatic learning.
- SPF, static IP addresses, DKIM, and DMARC are used to ensure maximum deliverability. We monitor our reputation with all major providers.
- SSL used in IMAP and POP3, in webmail, and for SMTP mail delivery, all keep your email safe.
- Support for custom domains at no additional charge. You may have as many users on as many custom domains as you like. Custom routing rules are supported, including catchalls to capture any email sent to your domain.
- At-rest encryption for all mail messages, using XSalsa20-Poly1305 and 128-bit AES-GCM encryption cryptographic constructs. You can configure your account so that even we can't access your mail without your password.
- Subaddressing allows you to tag the email addresses you give out. Instead of firstname.lastname@example.org, give out email@example.com, then later use the tag to filter mail into a folder or just use it keep track of how somebody got your address. This also works with firstname.lastname@example.org, and you can add periods for readability, like email@example.com, without affecting routing.
- Note that this applies only to shared domains by default, but you can set this up for custom domains as well.
- Two factor authentication (via time-based code or security key). This adds an extra layer of security to logins.