Is there any chance you can make an actual
desktop client available here on GitHub? I would prefer to have it added to the repositories of my operating system of choice and install it via a software center instead of having to build from source.
A features will be added soon...
On the new Android/iOS apps can the option be added to allow a PIN/Fingerprint login to access the app once you save your main login on the device?
This just gives an extra layer of security without requiring full login/2FA authentication every time.
Lots of other apps support this including ProtonMail.
I have a linked FIDO U2F security key to tutanota.
I expect to be able to use that token for 2FA in the android application when logging in.
The application tells me to verify login on another device.
The addition of u2f to the new tutanota client is really great. Unfortunately it still does not seem to support firefox, even though firefox now has u2f support built-in.
It would be great if the firefox support could be added.
Unfortunately i was not able to dig into the code and identify how this could be achieved. I would be willing to invest some time if i was given some directions. Since this is security sensitive i would appreciate it however, if someone with more expertise would engage with this issue.
Gmail has conversation view.
RoundCube has had a ticket open on this for 9 years so who knows when they
will implement this, if ever. Please add conversation view so I can dump Gmail
I want to use my contacts from the dialer app
Right now, the Sender Name is set at account level. If we happen to have an alias where we don't want to expose that name –for any reason(s)-, there is no way we can do that – or yes, there is: changing the account's Sender Name back and forth...really not an option.
This is one of the most important things that are currently missing in the service.
I'm new in tutanota but the first thing I looked for in the UX is the ability to tag/label my mails.
It is a very simple and powerful feature, superior to folders as many tags could be applied to an email when only one folder could be associated with it.
I think you should consider this feature as it will dramatically enhance the user experience and it's relatively simple to implement.
I don't know how hard it will be, but if Tutanota was able to fetch mails from my other IMAP account, I think it'll instantly become the best/mainly used open source email client.
Currently K9-Mail interface is very very disappointing (to say the least) and, even through they are efforts to improve it, they've still a long way to go.
Other solution implies having an intermediate server that reads your email/stores your credentials (all proprietary software BTW) which is, at least for me, unacceptable.
Tutanota fills a current gap in this (kudos for E2E encryption) and if I could run a server on my side that would fetch my mails from all my accounts, encrypt them, and send them to Tutanota so they would appear in the mail list, then I would never come back.
It's related to #521 (support for multiple account).
Disposable e-mail addresses are a randomly generated string of characters that are used to create a unique alternate e-mail address:
The difference between regular e-mail aliases and disposable ones is that the latter are intended to be temporary, for instance, you can use them for a short-term purpose before deleting the address to prevent your real address from being sold and added to Spam lists.
description field (or something similar), along with the e-mail address itself is a nice-to-have in order to associate/know the service or Web site in question.
Disposable e-mail addresses are just for receiving e-mail – they should not be used to send e-mails.
It's important to emphasize that this is completely different from the usual disposable e-mail address services one can find out there.
As evidenced on Tutanota's own blog, the organization is pro-privacy and pro-Tor/VPN usage - and thank god for that!
In order to further protect Tor users (who by definition value privacy more), how about setting up an onion address to access the webmail at, in parallel to the clearnet site?
This approach is used by, among others, ProtonMail, ProPublica, The NYT, etc.
If feeling ambitious, why not make it a nextgen onion address? :)