Use https://gitlab.com/ryanwhite/webmail-systems pull requests. - The page is maintained by Ryan says the FSF.
- Add this to https://www.fsf.org/resources/webmail-systems under "Not Recommended": Apple iCloud (@icloud.com. Old emails: @me.com, @mac.com) -- iCloud account creation requires Apple devices (either an iOS device or a Mac).
- Change "@msn.com" to "@msn.com"
- Sort Microsoft Outlook.com alphabetically in the list
- IMAP status seems to be ok at https://www.openmailbox.org/service-state though. But Icedove cannot connect as described below.
Cannot create account
The "Create my account" opens the CAPTCHA each time I click on it no mattter if I've finished the CAPTCHA several times.
Broken Thunderbird settings
[I have emailed this issue to the OpenMailBox team 2019-03-20]
It's not possible to add OpenMailBox accounts in Thunderbird that displays this warning message:
Thunderbird failed to find the settings for your email account.
I've seen this error message that also made it impossible to add an account:
Certificate Status This site attempts to identify itself with invalid information. Wrong Site The certificate belongs to a different site, which could mean that someone is trying to impersonate this site.
It's not possible to use the "Confirm Security Exception" button.
The "Get Certificate" button reads:
No Information Available Unable to obtain identification status for this site.
I guess we should move OpenMailBox under the "Under Review" section and include the above text to it.
Structure the links and add Tor links:
1: "In order to create a Red Account you will need an invite. Obtain an Invite Code from a friend." - https://riseup.net/en/email/settings/mail-accounts#how-do-i-create-an-email-account
These new webmail services could be added to the "Recommended section in https://www.fsf.org/resources/webmail-systems :
- Bitmessage.ch (requires Tor Browser despite not being an .onion address)
- TorBox (SquirrelMail over Tor)
This link is useful because it lists if the webmails requires JS or not, and it lists privacy issues.