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2020-10-19 Later this week** we will open up the registration again, but this time an invitation code will be required. Older members will automatically get one invitation code per year, plus the following; depending on the subscription length: 6 months = 2 invitation codes 12 month = 4 invitation codes 24 month = 6 invitation codes The premium member can give (or send) the code to anyone* they know. One reason for this is to prevent robots (autoregistration) programs. For example, a member which has been registrated for 3 years and have a 12 months subscription will initially get a total of 7 invitation codes, to give away*. The invitation codes are not premium subscriptions, they will work as Trial accounts for a short period of time, we think we will set this time to 2 weeks, but this period may be increased, depending on how good this registration test works. So we are testing this out. * = Note 1: If you give away an invitation code to a person that sends out Spam or Marketing emails, you will get a warning, and if you get several warnings your account could be closed permanently. The invited member that did the actually Spam sending (or Marketing sending) will be blocked directly, without warning. Read more here what we classify as spam or marketing and what we consider valid group sending (interest-group): ** = Note 2: Due some employee became sick with covid-19 we have to wait a few more days to open the registration 2020-10-06 We are working with an invitation code system. It will be ready this week. Every premium member will get at least one invitation code. The premium member can give away the code to anyone they know. One reason for this is to prevent robots (autoregistration) programs. 2020-10-04 The normal user registration is closed down. Domain owners can register domain-user as usual through the domain panel. We can't say a date when we open up the normal user registration. At the moment we have to focus on our current users. 2020-09-18 Our new feature will make it able to send encrypted message to anyone even if they dont use PGP. No App-installation is required. Messages can also be self-destructable. See this picture for more info 2020-09-17 TutaNota having problems. It's not on our side. 2020-08-06 We have now managed to block most of all overloading attacks against us. Since May 2020 we have been attacked (with overloading attacks like DDoS and DNS-exhaust) from computers from Argentina (and from some other countries, but mainly from Argentina). The attack-computers were mostly registered to the Argentinian government itself. In many news articles they say that Argentina (or their main Telecom Company) were hacked in July. But in fact it was much earlier, mostly in April. Because in early May they started a phishing attack against US-citizens. When one of their victims contacted us with proof, we closed down their mail account. Then the attack started against us! 90-95% was from Argentinian computers. What is more disturbing is the fact that the Government & the Telecom company have not done much to stop this. In 3 months all normal goverments/IT-sections would have been able to find the hacked computers and stop and clean them, but they have not done much at all. This indicates that they have someone inside the Argentinian government or inside the Telecom company. There are also other things that indicates that this is not a normal 'hack', but we will not reveal all that we know, we are sure they had help from people from the inside. The people who helped with the 'hack' will of course get paid for it, from the hackers... Some articles about the 'hacked' Argentina: 2020-08-05 -Message false flagged as Spam, from Wed evening from 19.00 GMT+1. Many messages was flagged as Spam, by a filter error. This has been corrected. But it has created a outgoing queue, so it will take several minutes, up to an hour before the whole quese has been delivered. You don't need to resend the email unless you get a bounce back email, an error email telling you that it could not be delivered. Otherwise do not send the same email again. 2020-07-26 Updated our server-side spam filter. We are constantly upgrading our spam filter to keep Spam emails away from your Inbox, but also to minimize false positive flagged emails. In this case some whitelisting rules did not work, we have now changed some settings so the users own whitelisting should work better. 2020-07-06 Fixed bugs: -XMPP server, some standard upgrades and later a server restart, after that the XMPP server did not start. It was caused by MariaDB server suddenly forced the XMPP server to use a special TimeZone setting, instead of only giving a warning, the OpenFire did not start at all, which is pretty crazy for a small upgrade. Fixed now. -Payment page. Added more Bitcoin addresses -Domain Panel. Could not add more than 15 aliases/idenitites even with the domain option activated. Fixed -Settings / Identities, could not add Identities under other domains than The last two was temporarily caused by our work in enabling IDN domains. At the moment, we can manually add IDN domains, if someone is really using it (homepage is needed as proof) 2020-04-04 Some people still think the upgrade is going on. It was finished yesterday on 21.20 (GMT+1). You need to Reload/Refresh the page (or press F5) if you still don't see the normal login page. Keep in mind, whatever problem you have on a computer/device, it's always best to try to restart the Application you are using, or if that does not help, restart the computer/device. This is a general advise for all sorts of IT-problems :) Regarding Corona/Covid-19, it's going to take along time to stop this disease, below are some of the best advices: Worst case scenario; what happens if all of our staff get sick?, well the system can run by itself for a long time, the only thing done manually is WireTransfer payments and answering support questions. Card payments and Bitcoin payments are made automatically. Regarding support, you can also find most answers in our FAQ: 2020-04-03 The upgrade is finished. It took 20 minutes more than expected, so the downtime was 19.30-21.20 (GMT+1) 2020-04-02 On Friday April 3rd between 19.30-21.00 GMT+1, we have to do firmware upgrades on several servers, it will take approx. 1h 45 minutes. This means that you will not be able to login during these hours. 2020-03-01 (16:05 UTC+1) Most of the upgrade is done. Some performance tweaking is still left to do, but we have opened up everything. 2020-03-01 We have to upgrade and reboot one network device between approx. 13.00 - 16.00 (UTC+1) on March 1st. We also have to replace one harddisk. The expected downtime is 3 hour, but we can't say the exact time. 2020-02-29 We have to upgrade and reboot one network device between approx. 13.00 - 16.00 (UTC+1) on March 1st. The expected downtime is maximum 3 hours 2020-02-28 Information about Protonmail. We rarely talk about our competitors, but if we say something it must be true and verifiable. This information was quite surprising to us, the source for the quoted text below is from their own homepage. We also saved a screen shot... ...In addition to the items listed in our privacy policy, in extreme criminal cases, ProtonMail may also be obligated to monitor the IP addresses which are being used to access the ProtonMail accounts which are engaged in criminal activities. Countermail do not have to store or monitor our users IP addresses, we do not have such functions built in so we can not do it. You can read more here about Countermail's security and 'Transparency'. If you are looking to change to a secure email provider, ask the provider how they store the private key. There are very few providers who store the private key both encrypted & anonymously, as we do. With Countermail, all premium users also have the option to delete the private key completely from our database. 2020-02-22 We had to change our TLS Certificate today (you can find our new fingerprints here) We are sorry for the downtime today, due to the certificate update. The following servers was upgraded on-the-fly: -Apache (webserver for '') -Apache (webserver '') -Support-system (handles '') -Postfix (SMTP-server, handles outgoing emails) -Dovecot (IMAP-server, handles incoming emails) All of the above servers was upgraded pretty fast, less than 10 minutes, we had expected a total time of 15-20 minutes. The last step was to upgrade our Firewalls with the new certificate, and it was this step that took significantly more time than we expected... One reason is that the Firewalls are not a 'normal' Linux server, they are based on a special version of FreeBSD. All our other servers are based on CentOS (RedHat). Another reason was that it's time to completely disable TLS v1.1, earlier we had modified the cipher-list to still be able to run TLS 1.1 (and upwards). But it is a balance act, if we disable too many ciphers, we may lose emails from older servers that are trying to email us! You can read more here about TLS 1.1 security issues. Anyway, we had to find a way to disable TLS 1.1 in our Firewalls. Anyway, it's done now and we now have that A+ rating on SSL Labs again. Keep in mind that you may need to restart your web browser once, if you still have some certificate problems! We are really sorry for the delay in the certificate change, but it will not happen again, the maximum time for such operation should be no more than 5-10 minutes, actually it should go even faster, just a reboot for each server application. We will try to compensate with some new features soon; -encrypted calendar -passwordbased email, which could be sent to anyone, they don't need PGP -self destructing emails, which also could be sent to anyone, they don't need PGP. -better mobile support The source code for the above features is almost complete (95% done) Another thing: Our own Forum/Board, several members want to have a place to discuss security related issues, and also helping each other solving problems. But also to discuss normal things that happens in the world, but the main focus with the forum should be IT-security. This sounds like a good idea, there are many free opensource forums out there, and if we place the forum on its own server then there will be no risk that a hacker gets hold of sensitive data. IF we start a discussion forum we need help from some veteran members as Moderators/Administrators, to keep the forum 'clean'. 2020-02-15 We found the reason that some users get the 'Session expired!' error, even though they have not changed IP-address since the login. It seems like the problem only occurs if you have a slower connection OR if your connection is congested/loaded with a lot of other internet traffic. A third reason could be if you are located on the other side of the planet* which make the response time slower. This problem should now have been fixed, you may need to restart your web browser once. *Our main server is located in Sweden. 2020-02-07 If you get the error 'Invalid session!' or 'Session expired!, it could be caused by the following reasons: 1. Your IP-address changed since you logged in. This is deliberately done to prevent session hijacking and increase the security. 2. You right-clicked on a link/button and selected 'Open link in new tab' (inside our webmail interface). If you click normally on links or buttons you should not get this type of session problem. 3. You are already logged in with a Countermail-user in another tab 4. Your web browser setting blocked our webmail to set the localStorage variable We are going to create a testpage that will help us find the reason for each user that have this problem. We are also going to add a more detailed error message to locate when/where this happens. 2020-02-01 Fixed two composing bugs: 1. If you Composed an empty email (no content in the body) but with one attachment, it was not possible to send the email. This is now fixed. 2. If you Composed an email and added a recipient in the Bcc:-field, sometimes you got an error message saying that it was not possible to send the anonymous email to the Bcc-recipient, this error would only come up if the Bcc-recipient had an older type of Public key. It will now work regardless if the Public key type is new or old. 2020-01-28 Some special HTML emails could be very slow to open, or even make the web browser 'freeze'. We have improved the HTML sanitizing filter to prevent this and to speed up the HTML email viewing process. 2020-01-27 We made some changes to minimize the 'Invalid session!' or 'Session expired!' issues. We have now changed the way we store the local keys in the web browser. Earlier we used 'sessionStorage' but we have now changed to 'localStorage'. You can read more here (and also here) about the differences. The main difference is that you need to click on Logout to be 100% sure that the localStorage is deleted. Clicking the Logout button when you are done reading emails is not too much to ask for :) You can still get the 'Invalid session!' message, but you can only get that problem in two different ways: 1. Your IP-address changed since you logged in. This is deliberately done to prevent session hijacking and increase the security 2. You right-clicked on a link/button and selected 'Open link in new tab'. If you click normally on links or buttons you should not get any session problems. If you want to Compose or Reply to messages in a new Window, you can change the default setting under Setting / Displaying messages and Settings / Composing messages. 2020-01-07 Updated the card payment routine to comply with the SCA regulations. Hopefully this will make is possible to pay with more types of cards. 2019-11-26 Upgraded the SSL/TLS-certificate on our XMPP server (chat server). 2019-11-17 Fixed HTML email viewing problem. Some encrypted HTML emails could look empty if the sender styled the HTML email with the CSS tag '@import'. When we display HTML emails we have a security filter which removes some dangerous HTML/CSS tags. This filter could sometimes remove too much CSS if the sender used the '@import' tag. 2019-11-16 -Fixed Print mail issue. In our webmail interface under the 'More'-button menu, you have the 'Print this message' function. This function opens up a new window and you get a Print-dialog (to select Printer etc.). Sometimes the Print-dialog did not appear if the email was encrypted. We have now added a small delay so the email get more time to decrypt before the Print-dialog will appear. -Updated our server-side spam filter. We are constantly upgrading our spam filter to keep Spam emails away from your Inbox, but also to minimize false positive flagged emails. If you still get valid (non-Spam) emails in your Spam/Junk-folder, you should create a Whitelist filter for the sender domains that you want to flag as valid. See this FAQ: 2019-11-04 -Started updating pages with the words 'alias' and 'aliases'. In our new webmail, the alias-feature is called Identity. So 'identity' and 'identities' refers to the old term 'alias' and 'aliases'. For example, 'Domain identity' = was previously called 'Domain alias' -Updated the Public keys Settings-page. If you have deleted the private key from our server, we have added a delay page so you don't miss to Download the updated Private key. This will only happen if you edit Identities in your keyring (under Settings / Public Keys, clicking the button 'Edit keyring'). 2019-11-03 Changed our Terms of Use. You can read them here: 2019-10-14 Emergency upgrade. One of our servers has a defect hardware part. We have to shutdown the server during the replacement. It will take approx. 30-45 minutes. Between 13.15-14.00 UTC+2 Update: The downtime was 20 minutes, between 13.17-13.37 UTC+2 2019-10-11 Fixed Base64 decoding problem. Some non-UTF-8 emails could sometimes fail to decode, so the email body looked empty. 2019-09-30 Fixed clickable links problem. In the last month, some links that contained mixed uppercase and lowercase letters would not work. It would only redirect to the lowercase location. For example, this link: '' would link to ''. 2019-09-09 Changed the expiration warning email to 14 days. You will be notified by email of a pending expiration 14 days before your account expires. A second email will be sent to you 7 days before the expire date. If it's less than 5 days left, you will get a daily warning. 2019-09-04 Closed down the registration of NEW accounts. Members that already have an account will not be affected. Premium members with their own domain option can still register domain accounts in the Domain Panel. The reason that we closed the registration is because of the amount of abuse with the free Trial accounts. We will open the registration when we found a solution to limit the free accounts even further. We can not say a date when we have found a solution for the free accounts. 2019-08-09 Fixed attachments issues on MacOS and on iOS devices. PGP/MIME encrypted attachments was not possible to Download/View due to recent changes in MacOS and iOS (most Safari-based web browsers). Other web browsers like Firefox did not have this problem. 2019-05-03 Improved the the HTML filter. Some types of HTML emails could be slow to display in the web browser. We have now improved our HTML display-filter so these HTML emails should display faster. 2019-04-26 Changed free Trial accounts limitations, less restrictions and more storage space. Read more here. 2019-04-26 The problem with Unread emails that was marked as Read after server encryption has now been solved. 2019-04-25 Unread email problems. We currently have a problem where some emails have been flagged as Read, even though they are Unread. This is not a security breach, it's one of our encryption scripts on our server that fails to set the correct flag after the email has been encrypted. This issue will be solved within the next 24h. 2019-04-13 Upgrading of our support server is finished 2019-04-11 We are currently upgrading our support server. During this time you can email to for support questions. 2019-03-14 -Fixed some issues with iOS/Apple emails. Some emails that was sent (unencrypted) from iOS or Apple Mail could sometimes appear blank, this happened after they had been server encrypted, but only if the email contained HTML text or attachments and the user had selected PGP/MIME as server encryption method. 2019-03-08 -Fixed UTF-8 decoding problem in PGP/MIME emails. Some characters in some PGP/MIME emails was not displayed correctly. -Changed free Trial accounts limitations. These accounts can now send email to other secure email providers and VPN providers. Earlier these accounts could only send email to Countermail domains -Changed storage space for premium accounts. The default storage space is now 4 GB. 2019-02-19 -Fixed double spacing when replying HTML If you replied to a PGP/MIME encrypted HTML email, you got double line spacing in the reply. This has been fixed to single line spacing. 2019-02-01 Changed default compose-encryption to PGP/MIME. We changed our default encryption method to PGP/MIME because it works much better on mobile devices. It's the K9-app on Android and Canarymail-app on iOS (iPhone). You can change the methods under Settings / Preferences /Security & Keys, 'Server encryption method for unencrypted emails' and 'Encryption method for composing email'. PGP/MIME encrypted emails got a padlock as the symbol for encryption method. 2019-01-28 -Fixed problem with inline-attachments in PGP/MIME emails Some inline-attachments would not display correctly in PGP/MIME encrypted emails -Fixed problem with Bcc:-attachments. If someone sent you an encrypted PGP-attachment where you were listed as a Bcc:-recipient, the attachment could fail with the message: 'Error: could not decrypt file'. 2019-01-27 Fixed some issues with PGP/MIME emails: -Mail attachments sent from iOS/Apple mail could sometimes fail to decrypt -Mail attachments with long filenames could sometimes get a blank filename -Multipart PGP/MIME emails, for example an email with multiple plain/text bodies, did not display all parts correctly 2019-01-25 -Fixed problem with some third party script-generated emails. Some servers use scripts to generate & send email to our server. Some of these script-generated emails could not be read in our webmail client, for example 'Formscape'. This has now been fixed. 2019-01-23 New SSL certificate. Click here to see the latest hashsums and certificates. 2018-12-20 -Completed full support for PGP/MIME You can now send messages in PGP/MIME format instead of PGP-inline. PGP/MIME works better on mobile devices. We recommend that you change to PGP/MIME. Go to Settings / Preferences / Security & Keys. In the setting "Encryption method for unencrypted emails" select "PGP/inline for text, PGP/MIME for HTML & attachments" In the setting "PGP method" select "PGP/MIME" Click on the Save-button. -Better handling for attachments If you use Firefox or Chrome you can now select multiple attachment files in one go. You can now click Forward on any encrypted email with attachments, and the attachments will first decrypt and then added to the new Compose window. Attachments will now be uploaded only when you click Send, this means that you can change recipients as you wish during the composition, the attachment does not need to be removed or uploaded again 2018-10-10 -Fixed problem when sending unencrypted and signed emails (signed-only emails) -Improved attachment handling when forwarding attachments -GUI improvements for 2FA-login 2018-09-25 We have now lowered our prices and also increased our storage space for all premium subscriptions! Read more here. Older premium members will automatically get the extra storage space within the next 48 hours. 2018-09-02 Fixed bug when adding an alias to your public key. If you added an alias to your public key (keyring) you might have to redo that. This bug has been present from Aug 14th until Sept 2nd. If you have not added any alias to your public key during this time, you don't have to do anything. Adding an alias to the public key is a manual action that you do under Settings / Public Keys, click on your own username in the Public Keys column, then click on the button 'Edit aliases in keyring' in the right window. Select all the aliases that you want to be visible & searchable in your public key by clicking in the checkboxes. If you added an alias to your public key (between Aug 14th - Sept 2nd), the public key was modified correctly but the new alias was not searchable (people could not find the public key for that specific alias). To fix this you have to redo the process, some users may have to first delete the alias from the public key, save it and log out. Then login and add the alias to the keyring again. 2018-08-08 We have to perform maintenance between 23.00 CET (GMT+2) Aug 8 to 01.00 CET (GMT+2) Aug 9th. The expected downtime is two hours. We are going to replace some of our servers. We are sorry for any inconvenience this maintenance will have you. 2018-07-31 Fixed login problem after a password change or USB activation. This problem only occured if the mobile TwoFactor Login was activated before the password change/USB activation. 2018-07-30 Updated our XMPP chat server 2018-06-20 -Fixed decryption/verification bug. Some emails did not decrypt correctly. -Added warning message if the senders digital signature key could not be found 2018-06-13 -Fixed bug when editing/opening Drafts with attachments -Fixed bug when sending encrypted email to a new contact, it was not possible to send encrypted to a new contact (Public key was not found) 2018-06-12 Several minor updates and improvements, some of them: -On the login page, warn user if they selected the wrong private key (only for users that already deleted their private key from our server) -Added support for Two Factor Authentication (our own mobile app for iOS and Android) and support for TOTP Two Factor (Google Authenticator) -Updated the HTML compose editor - TINYMCE - to the latest version (several bugfixes) -Updated many icon-images (better quality) -Fixed some HTML parsing errors (when viewing HTML emails) 2018-05-16 Added support for Forward-encrypted-attachments, for both PGP-inline and PGP/MIME attachments. 2018-05-12 The DNS problem should now be solved. 2018-05-12 We have a DNS problem, we are looking into this issue. 2018-03-18 -Fixed bug when sending encrypted email to Bcc-recipients, the Bcc-recipients could not decrypt the message -Added support to view double encrypted HTML emails (if the email was corrupted when the sender composed it) -Fixed bug when replying to PGP/MIME encrypted HTML emails. The reply could sometimes contain HTML tags 2018-03-13 Our datacenter had a internet connection problem between 15.14 - 15-24. Server was down for 10 minutes. 2018-02-23 -Added setting interface for and Email Notifications. Under Settings/Preferences/Email Notifications. -Added setting interface for Secure Forms. Under Settings/Preferences/Secure Forms. If you already use the old Secure Forms, you need to change the POST action URL to 2018-02-22 -Fixed some decoding problems for PGP/MIME encrypted emails 2018-02-08 Updated XMPP chat server. New host name: XMPP username and password can be found/generated under Settings / Preferences / Security & Keys -> Chat settings (only for paid accounts). 2017-01-27 -Added the feature 'Delete private key'. Under Settings / Preferences / Security & Keys. 2017-01-25 -Added a white skin - change skin under Settings / Preferences / User interface 2017-01-24 New SSL certificate. Click here to see the latest hashsums and certificates. 2018-01-19 -Fixed Firefox 57.x logout problem - if you did a forced refresh of a page, you could sometimes get logged out -Fixed attachment problems when the filename contained UTF-8 characters -Changed default behaviour for email headers (From, Subject & Date) - always display these headers when opening an email -Added Auto-add-recipients feature - automatically add new recipients to your Contacts. When sending new emails, it will check if the recipient is included in your Contacts. This feature can be enabled/disabled under Settings / Security & Keys -> [x] Auto add recipients to addressbook -Added PGP/MIME viewing - when reading PGP/MIME encrypted email, it will now display the full email and attachments 2017-12-27 -Changed default HTML line spacing when composing HTML emails 2017-12-14 -Fixed some minor graphical bugs when displaying HTML emails in the new webmail interface -Changed default setting when reading/opening emails, it will now display both the email address and the name in the upper header-fields (From: & To:) 2017-12-12 -Fixed problem when saving encrypted Drafts 2017-12-10 -Fixed decryption of some special emails with with multiple text-bodies, the last part was not decrypted in some cases. 2017-12-09 -Fixed wrong BTC currency rate. We had wrong currency rate conversion between
Thursday 7 Dec and Saturday 9 Dec. We will contact all customers who paid with wrong currency rate. 2017-12-08 -Fixed some graphical bugs with thread-views in the new webmail interface 2017-12-02 -Fixed Upload file attachment problem, caused by yesterdays Internet Explorer 11 fix. We strongly recommend to NOT using IE11. We recommend using Chrome, Firefox, Safari or Microsoft Edge. Internet Explorer is very slow with encrypt/decrypt operations, compared to all other web browsers. 2017-12-01 The old webmail interface will be taken offline. If you have Contacts or Safebox-records in the old interface, you should export them and import them into the new webmail interface. We will keep the old webmail data for many days, so it will still be possible to Export/Import afterwards. -Added Public-key alias modification in the new webmail interface, under Settings -> Public Keys. Click on your own key (green color), then click on the button called [Edit aliases in keyring]. -Fixed Safebox import confusion. To be able to import an old safebox-file you must first login to your Safebox, we have now added an alert warning to inform about this. -Fixed Internet Explorer 11 problems with Safebox and Public keys 2017-11-23 -Fixed corrupted links; sometimes when you replied to an email which includes links, the links could get corrupted in the reply. -Added decryption of emails with multiple text-bodies; some email clients create emails with multiple bodies, earlier we only decrypted the first body, now it should decrypt all text-bodies. -Changed many things to increase the speed in the interface 2017-11-12 -Added setting in new webmail interface: '[x] Show warning if public key was not found for a recipient' under Settrings / Preferences / Security & Keys. This will enable/disable the public key warning that you get if you send an email to some recipient which don't have any public PGP-key. 2017-11-02 -Added Domain Panel in new webmail interface, under Settings. 2017-10-29 -Fixed registration problems in Safari. 2017-10-22 -Added USB activation function in the new webmail interface. Under Settings / Preferences / Security & Keys 2017-10-15 -Added Safebox feature - available under under Settings. To import old Safebox entries; login to the old interface and Export the old Safebox. You can then import the old safebox file into the new Safebox. -Fixed attachment decryption problems, some attachments did not decrypt correctly -Fixed corrupt HTML emails, some HTML emails was not displayed correctly -Several minor skin changes 2017-09-26 -Added 'Add/Remove' identities (aliases) function in new webmail interface 2017-09-25 See this FAQ how to import the old contacts into the new webmail interface: 2017-09-24 -Fixed Public/Private keys export-format for Windows, some PGP-application do not handle new lines correctly, added workaround for this -Fixed Attachments problems in Internet Explorer -Added Change password-function in new webmail interface 2017-09-05 New payment URL : 2017-09-01 We have to perform maintenance on Sept 2nd between 00.00-03.00 GMT+1. This means that you will not be able to login during these hours. This is the last downtime we will have for our new webmail. 2017-08-30 We have a new registration page here: 2017-08-27 Some users had login issues and decryption problems in the new webmail, these issues has now been resolved. We will continue to add functions which are still missing in the new interface: -Import of SafeBox -Import of Contacts -PGP/MIME decryption -Domain aliases -White theme/look -Detailed account info with import/export of PGP keys -New Sign-up page 2017-08-24 We have now opened up the new webmail system on If you miss some emails in your Inbox, which may have arrived today after 19.00 (GMT+1), they will be transferred automatically to your account during this night 2017-08-23 On Thursday the 24th, between 19.00-22.00 CET (GMT+1) our webmail system will be offline. We are going to move over to the new webmail version. 2017-08-13 The migration script that processes all users is still running, it takes a bit longer than we expected, hopefully the export and import of all users will be ready within the next 24 hours. When this process is done we will open up the new webmail version. 2017-08-11 We have started the migration of all users to the new platform, it will take up to 24 hours before all users have been transferred to the new system. 2017-08-06 Today we had some problems with the new webmail version, we will continue the upgrade on Monday Aug 7th. 2017-08-02 A new webmail version will be released in the first week of August. Some users will get access on Aug 4th, others will get access later in the week. This new version does not require java, only Javascript. It should also work in web browsers for mobile devices. ..... Older Changelog events between 2010-2017 has been removed (taken offline). This was the time period when we used Java as encryption engine.
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The registration will be opened again


The registration is temporary closed


Blocked a long attack


Information about another provider


New TLS Certificate, and some other news


New info about session problems.


Some changes.


Updated card payments.


Updated our Terms of Use.


Changed Trial accounts restrictions, read more.


New certificate.


Better prices!


New payment URL


New registration page


New webmail version


Updated FireFoxPortable for Windows


Windows users, be aware.


Added new credit card payment (Stripe)


Changed login page to detect Java problems


Security upgrade on servers. 15 minutes downtime.


Added VCARD-Export and VCARD-Import for Contacts


Added PGP-packet analyzer on our Tools-page


New SSL/TLS certificate, fingerprints.


More storage space for members with 12 or 24 months subscriptions.
Read more


Updated our Tools-page.
Read more


We are working to open up the webmail for our Two Factor Auth-mobile app. We will send an email to our users when it's ready


Improved spam blocking


Added FAQ: How do I create good passwords?


Changed spam flag to minimize false Spam classifications. Read more


Updated CounterMailPortable. Read more


Bugfixes and Updated Offline Login and more. Read more


Updated our Tools page. Read more


Added Quota warnings. Read more


Changed new public keysize to 4096 bits.


New USB routine. Read more


Changed Trial account period to 7 days


Opened up our XMPP chat server.


Added new Support-system and a new FAQ


Updated Java info page


Added MacOS support for our USB-key


Added Countermail Portable for Windows


Added Safebox feature


Scheduled Maintenance - August 30, 13:00 GMT. Servers will be down for approx. 2-3 hours.


Added subfolder creation.


Applet and Certificate update


Added Wire transfer payment


Third party IMAP-clients need to clean their cache. Read here.


Added Domain Panel for all domain administrators


Added quick search


Added default Compose-alias


Added new session option for TOR/VPN/Proxy-surfing. Settings/Personal info - Lock IP-address


Added iPhone information


Added message filters


Updated alias function


Added new white theme


Added email notification


Added more server-side SPAM protection


New Compose window


Added instructions for Android phones


Added new feature:
Secure Forms


Opened up for all !


Open website for Beta-testers


Installed our primary login and database servers


Comodo Usertrust certified our company for Java applet code signing


Domain name registration. Official start of the project.