On Sat, Apr 28, 2018 at 10:13 PM, Jimmy Johnson <> wrote:
On 04/28/2018 06:56 PM, Jimmy Johnson wrote: > On 04/28/2018 04:17 PM, dep wrote: > >> i'm glad you have kmail working as you like. i do, too. >> >> |What does this protonmail do that makes it so much more desirable? >> >> it's not either/or. protonmail is a secure mail service, not a mail >> client. you can learn about it if you like at thing >> is, access to protonmail in linux is currently via a secure web >> interface (or an unofficial desktop app that is really a secure >> browser dedicated to protonmail). for windows and mac there is a thing >> called protonmail bridge. it encrypts the mail on the local machine >> before sending it, and decrypts it upon receipt, allowing more >> traditional mail clients to send and receive mail through protonmail. >> there is currently a beta, available only from protonmail, of the >> bridge for linux. that is what i am trying to install, so i can >> continue to use kmail, as i have for nearly two decades. >> >> part of the reason for this is a change of the terms of use by my isp >> a week ago, wherein they announced that they would be combing through >> my email, pictures, and everything else in search of things useful to >> them. as a reporter and photographer for a living, i found this >> unacceptable. hence protonmail and hence my desire to make it work >> with kmail. > >> Sent with [ProtonMail]( Secure Email. Because >> privacy matters. > I don't understand.  What dose webmail have to do with kmail? Is this what you are doing or trying to do? Cheers, -- Jimmy Johnson Devuan ASCII - TDE Trinity R14.0.5 - AMD A8-7600 - EXT4 at sda6 Registered Linux User #380263 --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe, e-mail: trinity-users-unsubscribe@... For additional commands, e-mail: trinity-users-help@... Read list messages on the web archive: Please remember not to top-post: