Yesterday the Electronic Frontier Foundation released a new website for their STARTTLS Everywhere project. The STARTTLS Everywhere project has actually been going on for a number of years, but yesterday's reboot got a new website, new logos and a renewed marketing push, so it's been getting a lot of press.
This is the twenty-first post in the 2017 FastMail Advent Calendar. The previous post was a design spotlight on the Topicbox logo. The next post is about our response to the GDPR. Monitoring is a critical part of any complex system. If you’re not monitoring your system properly, you
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This is the twelfth post in the 2017 FastMail Advent Calendar. The previous post spoke about our Dropbox integration. In the next post, we talk about how to share the love with our Referral program. What is Sieve? Using rules to organise your mail as it arrives is a reasonably
This is the ninth post in the 2017 FastMail Advent Calendar. The previous post was an insight into our activities at IETF. The next post is an Interview with David our Marketing Manager. Stay tuned tomorrow for the next update. This post could have been titled: "Why SELECT ... FOR