The company behind the popular application email Edison, which recently suffered from a serious security flaw, is bringing in a new, more secure email service that prioritizes privacy. Reaching a public version beta, includes features that allow you to block senders before they reach your inbox while stopping annoying email targeting.
The two main functions are ‘sender acceptance’ and counter-technologymonitoring. The first feature displays a list of potential senders and allows you to accept or block them before the messages reach your inbox. Also includes abolition registration and blocking sender functions, for any incoming unsolicited emails.
Combined with this feature, anti-tracking technology will "automatically block all read reports from advertisers trying to track your email behavior," according to Edison. Other features include large attachments starting at 100MB and up to 5GB in size, which is "200 times larger" than other services.
While OnMail aims to be a privacy-oriented email system, the current application iOS Edison recently stripped some users of their privacy in an impressive way. It was caused by an error that allowed users to access the inbox of complete strangers and read their emails without credentials. The company said the "technical problem" affected a small number of users and quickly restored the application to a previous version.
The beta is now open and you can try it out here.
OnMail will be simple and "extremely fast," according to Edison, and is available in a free personalized version or three professional subscription plans ranging from $ 5 to $ 20 a month.