Pretty cool but unfortunately providers like google and (especially) hotmail will reject emails into spam from small providers. Let alone an individual.
This makes no sense to me. You’re proxying all your emails, etc. through their cloud service. Email isn’t end-to-end encrypted so they’d definitely be able to read and record any emails you send if they wanted to.
My bad, I did more research and the gateway cloud device acts more as a VPN than as a mail relay, so if the remote server supports TLS connections (which most do presumably) then it is end-to-end encrypted to your home server. But Amazon and Helm could still read connection data.
This is a cool concept and I do wish it would take off if it meant people would get off Gmail/Yahoo/Hotmail, but this setup could be rather easily recreated by anyone with decent Linux administration skills, and this seems pretty targeted towards a tech audience rather than “the masses”…
Their website is packed with so many marketing trackers:
And it won’t even work at all (resulting in a blank page) if only the first-party domain is allowed to load.
Thats how you know its a good site /s
Also +1 for using uBlock Origin for script blocking, I do the same
Just makes you wonder, whether the makers are privacy-oriented or not. Because if they are, then why would they fail, when it comes to their website?
Easier (read: cheaper) to have Shopify build your site for you than DIY. Doesn’t really matter what your ideals are when you’re running a business probably.
I don’t understand what you mean.
Is it ok in your opinion to use shopify because it is easier, or not?
Without speaking for Jonah, I think the point is that the owners of the site don’t really care because they are running a business and it is easier to use shopify.
Hmm…not as good as it sounded on the surface, eh?
The main point I was trying to make was I typically don’t judge a product based solely on their company’s business and marketing decisions. Otherwise I would have started discouraging everyone from using Firefox years ago, for example.
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Yeah this is more concerning