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Release Notes 2.9: Multi-Select for Desktop
We are happy to release Tutanota version 2.9 (desktop only, mobile apps will be updated later). This release includes multi selection for desktop and some bug fixes.
Release Notes 2.8: Inbox Rules Are Now Enabled for All Premium Users
Today we are happy to announce that you can use inbox rules as a Premium feature! After an intensive internal discussion, we have decided that inbox rules is a feature that only heavy email users who are willing to upgrade need. We keep the price for Premium as low as possible so that everyone can afford it: It’s only 1 Euro per month.
Thoughts on 'Why a Private Key Should Not Be Stored on a Central Server'.
More than four years ago we started building Tutanota. The challenge we were faced with was automatizing the key exchange so that every user can encrypt their emails without any hassle. But at the same time we had to make sure that we don't have access to the private keys of our users.
Release Notes 2.7.4: Bug Fixes
After our draft release yesterday, we experienced some bugs that we wanted to fix immediately. So here is a small bug fix release.
Release Notes 2.7: Finally, drafts!
We are happy to announce the release of a draft feature to your Tutanota mailbox. This is great new feature which will improve the usability of Tutanota a lot. Many more features will follow this year!
Data Privacy Protection: Why Tutanota Is in Germany.
Obviously, Tutanota is located in Germany because it is being built by German engineers. While in theory we could move our servers to any place in the world, we deliberately decided to place them in Germany. Here is why.
We are very happy to welcome Meike to our team!
As several of you have noticed, we have a new addition to our Support Team: Meike. We are very happy to welcome Meike and to have her on board here at Tutanota! Most of your questions to us will be answered by her while technical requests are mainly handled by one of our developers.
Release Notes 2.6: Improved Spam Protection and Bug Fixing
We are happy to release Tutanota 2.6 today. We have further improved spam protection and fixed minor bugs.
We Want You: Become a Freedom Fighter at Tutanota!
At Tutanota we are building the fully encrypted communication platform of the future. With our open source project Tutanota we aim at making the web open, secure and accessible for everyone. Now we want you to join our team!
Germany wants to become encryption site number one.
In November, the Interior Minister of Germany, Thomas De Maizière, signed a charta to strengthen confidential communication online. This charta states that is supports and promotes strong end-to-end encryption. While around the world surveillance measures are on the rise, Germany wants to become 'Encryption Site Number One'.