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There was a TorMail: Tor Mail is a free anonymous email service provider http://tormail.org

After FBI intel led to a raid in Ireland it become down http://jhiwjjlqpyawmpjx.onion

I can use

Where I can get a full list of Tor-friendly E-mail services?

I've browse Open Directory Project: E-mail
E.g. 5 E-mail services of Italy give me nothing, 100 tries of capthas - fail, local cell phone required, etc...

closed as off-topic by Sam Whited Jan 1 '15 at 14:15

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  • You can probably get around the JS requirement by using Thunderbird or something instead of their web interface – user194 Jan 6 '14 at 0:12
  • Do not forget these: services.autistici.org/?_lang=en They have a .onion domain to access their services as well. – Stig Atle Steffensen Jan 14 '14 at 6:38
  • Looks like SPAM defeated Free Speech. – ConcealmEnt Jan 20 '14 at 16:15
  • Service recommendation questions tend to generate spammy answers, and don't contribute much valuable information to the community. Tentatively, they are offtopic. Please discuss in this meta question: meta.tor.stackexchange.com/questions/238/… If we decide that they are ontopic after more discussion, I'll be sure to reopen. – Sam Whited Jan 1 '15 at 14:15
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Pond

Pond is not an email provider, but a new protocol to send messages. It runs over Tor and uses OTR to encrypt all messages.

So Pond is not email. Pond is forward secure, asynchronous messaging for the discerning. Pond messages are asynchronous, but are not a record; they expire automatically a week after they are received. Pond seeks to prevent leaking traffic information against everyone except a global passive attacker.

  • Why did you split your answer? – ConcealmEnt Jan 21 '14 at 21:53
  • This should enable all to add details and to vote for a single solution. – Jens Kubieziel Jan 21 '14 at 21:58
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    You should better merge this into one answer, I'll accept it, and community will fill it by additions. – ConcealmEnt Jan 21 '14 at 22:26
  • This question is about e-mail, but Pond is not e-mail, or is it? – Rhin Jan 24 '14 at 12:56
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Posteo.de

Posteo is a german mail provider. You can register via Tor anonymously. Posteo is free of ads and encrypts all internal communication. They want 1 € per month for their services. This can be paid in cash.

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SigAint is an email provider located in the hidden services. http://sigaintevyh2rzvw.onion/

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Mail2Tor

There is also this one (apparently Tor friendly and completely free). It works, but I have only used it occasionally.

http://mail2tor2zyjdctd.onion/

You will get an @mail2tor.com address.

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safe mail is israelian, it is like that mosad offer you email or NSA.

vfemail.net urssmail.org mailtor.net (mailtoralnhyol5v.onion) bitmessage.ch

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SO36.net

mail36.net is a service run by some private people. In order to get an account they require you to write them a mail and describe shortly why you want to use the service. The services at so36 can by used via Tor.

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Lelantos

Lelantos is a Tor hidden service and allows you to register an own email address. At current prices they want 35 $ (0.04 Bitcoin) for a lifetime subscription.

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URSSMail

URSSMail is another mail service which is based on a hidden service. The URSSMail hidden service is free of charge, but you can donate to the project using Bitcoin or other *coins (Litecoin, Dogecoin etc.).

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We created an email service, currently in beta, 100% free and open source, specifically Tor friendly. Check out the features list: https://ruggedinbox.com/features.php

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