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Posted on January 14, 2014 by Jeff Reifman

Build Your Own Email Features with Open Source Filtering Software

Filtered is an open source PHP-based IMAP mail filtering platform. While Filtered provides basic mail filtering features and learns from the folders you drag and drop your email to, it is also a powerful foundational platform to enhance and innovate email – with a number of unique features. We’re drowning in email and managing our Read More

Posted on January 9, 2014 by Jeff Reifman

How to Encrypt Selected Messages in Gmail

Since the revelation of NSA access to Google Gmail servers, it’s clear that Gmail is readily browsable by authorities without a warrant. ¬†Furthermore, using PGP encryption with your contacts is difficult to set up and get both parties to use – it’s also not integrated well into smartphone email clients. But, here’s a middle way Read More

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Posted on June 19, 2013 by Jeff Reifman

GMail Alternatives in the PRISM Age: How to Host Your Own Email Server in the Cloud

Update: You may be interested in Filtered, my new open source IMAP-based mail filtering application which includes the capability to encrypt selected messages, removing them from your IMAP or Gmail account. I’ve posted a new tutorial called,¬†How to Install Your Own Private E-mail Server in the Cloud. Background & Motivations The concept of privacy is Read More