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Release Notes: Embedded images are now supported in Tutanota.
We are happy to announce that we have updated Tutanota. Your encrypted emails now support embedded images for sent and received emails.
Quit Gmail for free encrypted email.
Gmail is the Goliath among all free email services. But 15 years after its start, it is time to switch to a secure email alternative. Try Tutanota today, the free encrypted email service that keeps your emails secure and private - guaranteed without ads.
Release Notes 3.51.0: Customize the notification email for your secure emails.
We are happy to announce that we have updated our encrypted email service Tutanota: You can now customize the notification email sent to external recipients of your encrypted emails. This feature is available as a whitelabel feature. In the past, lots of businesses using Tutanota to send secure emails have requested to configure the notification email to their customers.
Tutanota launches Secure Connect, an encrypted contact form, to support Press Freedom
Today we are launching Secure Connect – an open source encrypted contact form. Secure Connect is a great tool for any website that wants to offer an encrypted email channel for a secure and confidential communication with anyone directly on their website. To support Press Freedom, Secure Connect is free for news sites so that whistleblowers can get in touch with journalists securely.
Whitelabel your secure Tutanota mailbox for business use.
Tutanota enables you to whitelabel its secure email service for your business easily. With Tutanota's comprehensive whitelabel customizations, your business can host all emails encrypted on Tutanota's highly secured data centers based in Germany. Your employees will see the customized version of Tutanota and login to their secure mailboxes on your own website.
Let's Encrypt the Web: Interview with Sarah from Let's Encrypt
Tutanota has implemented support for Let's Encrypt for whitelabel domains to make the issuing and updating of certificates automatic for our users. Let's Encrypt is a great free service run by the Internet Security Research Group (ISRG) with the aim of creating a more secure and privacy-respecting Web. We have asked Sarah from Let's Encrypt why a free certificate authority (CA) was and is necessary and how Let's Encrypt has changed the Web.
Release Notes 3.50.1: Speeding up search and making use of own domains easier.
We are excited to let you know that we have updated Tutanota. It now comes with an even faster search feature for your encrypted emails & contacts and with support for Let's Encrypt for whitelabel domains. We have also updated the lanuages in Tutanota: Newly supported languages such as Russian, Japanese, Ukranian and Turkish are now 100% complete!
2016-02-15 / Updated: 2018-03-20 / 2019-04-02
Secure email reviews for Tutanota - updated.
The secure email service Tutanota was first launched in March 2014. With its built-in encryption, Tutanota automatically secures the entire mailbox and address book. And for this, it is being praised by journalists and users alike. Here's a collection of secure email reviews focusing on Tutanota. Read on to decide whether it is time to make a fresh start with a Tutanota email address.
Release Notes: Send mail performance improved
We are happy to announce that we have released a performance improvement on the server this week. This will make sending of emails much faster, particularly when you are sending emails to several recipients and with large attachments. Now we are working on integrating Let's Encrypt for whitelabel domains.
5 Reasons why AMP for email is bad.
AMP is an attempt by Google to colonize free platforms such as web and email. Google does not want to make your mailbox faster, but they want to control every aspect of it. Google's excuse is that the mobile web is too slow and because of that we need a special Google-designed web: AMP. This is not true.