We are building the first open-source and self-hostable
email alias (or email forwarding) and
identity provider service, called SimpleLogin (simplelogin.io)
In terms of email forwarding, it works in a similar way to other solutions (33mail, anonaddy, spamex, mailcare, etc): all emails sent to an
email alias are forwarded to your personal email address.
We have some differences though:
Open-source and easy to self-host. The self-hosting is based on Docker and could be run on almost any Linux server. The hosting instruction is on our repository at https://github.com/simple-login/app
Generous free plan: there’s no cap on bandwidth or number of replies/sends. The Free Plan is enough for protecting your personal email. Premium Plan targets at more “advanced” users with features like custom domain, unlimited alias or catch-all alias.
Open Roadmap with some upcoming features: email directory, extension for Safari, mobile applications, etc. Feel free to check it out on https://trello.com/b/4d6A69I4/open-roadmap
Export your data: this tiny feature is actually missing in a lot of solution we tested. It allows you to change the service provider if someday you decide to leave SimpleLogin.
Please let us know if you have any questions/feedbacks/critics.