What is Your Email Provider(s)


#21

I’m only using protonmail, for personal and work use


#22

I receive/send all my emails with Gmail. Even POP/SMTP accounts.


#23

Looks like Protonmail s getting more people using it.


#24

For those of us using Protonmail you can now integrate with Thunderbird thanks to the Protonmail Bridge


#25

Weird man, was just reading about this when you posted.

Finally, guess I may download Thunderbird. :slight_smile:


#26

Thx for the info , didn t knew that @Dobbie03


#27

Just got it all set up. Works perfectly.


#28

You re a machine @Dobbie03 ! lol


#29

:slight_smile: thanks man.


#30

No problem .


#31

Bridge has been around for quite a while already and I set it up on AL around November last year, working fine. Is it now also available for free users? So far it has only been available for paying customers and I can (on the fly) not find any news regarding any change to that?


#32

Thanks @Dobbie03!!


#33

I didn’t know that! Awesome.

I thought it was only available for paying members?


#34

We re learning something everyday right !


#35

Oooh, is this the right place to ask about what people are using as email clients? Thunderbird too heavy and likes pooping in your Home folder. Would like to use a cli/ncurses email but just seems so janky. Any thoughts anyone?


#36

Don t mind you asking @DatNobleSavage

Edit: wonder if Unseen Email ( that can be downloaded as well) might be too bloated.


#37

Just to keep it simple I am just using Thunderbird.