Request a duck.com e-mail address that automatically forwards to another address. Automatic generation of random private addresses is also supported.
Requires the installation of a browser addon:
Maddy Mail Server implements all functionality required to run a e-mail server. It can send messages via SMTP (works as MTA), accept messages via SMTP (works as MX) and store messages while providing access to them via IMAP. In addition to that it implements auxiliary protocols that are mandatory to keep email reasonably secure (DKIM, SPF, DMARC, DANE, MTA-STS).
It replaces Postfix, Dovecot, OpenDKIM, OpenSPF, OpenDMARC and more with one daemon with uniform configuration and minimal maintenance cost.
Full re-implementation in Go.
I wrote this script during the grueling process of installing and setting up an email server. It perfectly reproduces my successful steps to ensure the same setup time and time again, now with many improvements.
I'm glad to say that dozens, hundreds of people have now used it and there is a sizeable network of people with email servers thanks to this script.
I've linked this file on Github to a shorter, more memorable address on my website so you can get it on your machine with this short command:
curl -LO lukesmith.xyz/emailwiz.sh
When prompted by a dialog menu at the beginning, select "Internet Site", then give your full domain without any subdomain, i.e. lukesmith.xyz.
Debian (and derivatives) specific.
A service that allows to receive email at a temporary address that self-destructed after a certain time elapses. It is also known by names like : tempmail, 10minutemail, throwaway email, fake-mail or trash-mail. Many forums, Wi-Fi owners, websites and blogs ask visitors to register before they can view content, post comments or download something. Temp-Mail - is most advanced throwaway email service that helps you avoid spam and stay safe.
A CLI tool for indexing and searching very large Maildir/ structures (like list archives). Tries to be very fast (2 million messages take less than 3 minutes on a 12 core machines to fully index). It's in the early stages of development right now, so don't expect much.
Mailpile's primary user interface is web-based, but it also has a basic command-line interface and an API for developers. Using web technology for the interface allows Mailpile to function both as a local desktop application (accessed by visiting localhost in the browser) or a remote web-mail on a personal server or VPS.
The core of Mailpile is a fast search engine, custom written to deal with large volumes of e-mail on consumer hardware. The search engine allows e-mail to be organized using tags (similar to GMail's labels) and the application can be configured to automatically tag incoming mail either based on static rules or bayesian classifiers.
So far, it's only designed for personal use. It's not yet suited for implementing webmail for, say, a couple of friends sharing a server.
A Dockerized service for running a disposable e-mail service. Can be personal or public. Requires MariaDB. Has an API. Also has a web front end. Requires binding port 25/tcp.
A startup trying to make email groups great again. Whether or not they succeed remains to be seen.
Autocrypt is a set of guidelines for developers to achieve convenient end-to-end-encryption of e-mails. It specifies how e-mail programs negotiate encryption capabilities using regular e-mails.
For users, Autocrypt Level 1 offers single-click, opt-in encryption, eases encrypted group communications, and provides a way to setup encryption on multiple devices.
Taglines! Taglines to feed the QWKmail readers of the Illuminati!
A website that can extract many different sorts of information pertaining to IP addresses and networks, least of all querying several dozen blacklists to see if an address has been flagged as a spammer's.
A bundle of open source cryptographic software for Microsoft Windows with an installer to make it simple to set up. Includes GnuPG, WinPT and GPA (keyring managers), GPGol (a plugin for Outlook 2003), GPGee (a plugin for the Windows Explorer), and a copy of Claws (an e-mail client that uses GnuPG transparently). Also includes handbooks for newbies with crypto.
An utility written in Python that connects to an account on an IMAP server, recursively downloads everything, and stores the messages as mbox files. Useful for migration from system to system.
A public mailing list service that caters specifically to F/OSS projects and Free Culture collaboration. No ads, no censorship, no frills.
A public keyserver for GnuPG and PGP public keys. Submit your key so people can look it up, or search it for keys that you might not have.
A worldwide volunteer system of radio hams who provide limited net.access during emergencies so that people can communicate.
An online application that lets you search for the e-mail addresses of people, even though their addresses may not be publically known.
The homepage of GPGtools, a port of GnuPG and an associated toolkit to MacOSX. Includes everything you'll need to seamlessly integrate GPG into your desktop experience, from the GPG executable itself to plugins for the Finder, Mail.app, and Mozilla Thunderbird.