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Google services went down August 13(?), 2013 and 40% of the Internet went black...
Service Diversification, starting with servers like Openmailbox.org is one way to go.
As for Child Safety, you cannot have privacy and data security, and monitoring of content by a watchdog at the same time. POS(parent over shoulder) should be the order of the day.
This service is as best as they come. Email plain and simple, with IMAP and POP3 to boot.
I started using this superb all round service a few months ago, after I decided to get away from Google and the like.
The support is excellent (although I doubt one will really need support), the mail service is dead easy to use, has integrated PGP encryption for mail, you can set up your own cloud, which is also open source software.
To sum it up, if you want a privacy/security oriented E-Mail provider, this is it. This is how it's supposed to be done.
Excelente sitio de correo electrónico, con soporte pop, imap y web. Impecable... y lo importante... basado en software libre. Felicitaciones a los que llevan adelante este servicio, es un trabajo de excelente calidad.
I started using the service since lavabit.com was forced to close by US government. So far it seems to be the way to go.
Comparing to other email services, this one provides much more control over your own data and account. I definitely like that no one is going to read my email, even though I have nothing to hide. Another pro is that the server is located in Europe.
Using only open source software is one more benefit from my point of view.
I'm using this service for a few months and I am very happy with it.
Since its creation, a lot of new features have appeared and there is frequent improvments.
User support is good and fast.
Spam filters are efficient and the servers deliver my emails in the blink of an eye.
Privacy and use of FOSS is an important and good point too.
I use openmailbox and I think it's a very good website.
It has been created in the purpose of protecting data and privacy, and it offers a very good service.
Furthermore, the project support free software by using open source software and open source licences
I think it can be trusted.
I have been invited by a friend to use this service as an alternative to Gmail and now it's my primary email account. I am very happy with this website and it's very reliable. I appreciated the commitment in the safeguard of privacy and the usage of free software.
Their technical support is very fast (when using their contact form). They offer email encryption (integrated when using webmail), POP3, IMAP and XMPP protocols, everything you expect from an email provider and more! I'm really happy with the service.
Très bonne boite mail, possibilité d'avoir 10 alias.
Boite mail et cloud, hébergé en France, sans mouchard.