gmail usage

Oda oda at
Wed Jul 6 08:15:34 PDT 2016

99% of my email massages go/come to/from a gmail account, so it's
useless to spend time setting up my own mail server.

There are several ways to send sensitive information (actually I don't
think email is one of them). I'm using hubzilla (former redmatrix) for
a few years now, you should give a try.
If you don't have time to do it right, where
are you going to find the time to do it over?

On Wed, Jul 6, 2016 at 11:44 AM, Xer0Dynamite <dreamingforward at> wrote:
>> Do any gmail users (which I've noticed there a lot of on the list,
>> as well as in real life, heh) feel at all threatened by what Google
>> is doing with access to your entire mail stream? They've publicly
>> stated users have no "reasonable expectation of privacy".
> Users have an expectation of privacy, but not necessarily a right to
> it.  Without payment of services, there is no implied contract.  (That
> can be argued both ways though.)
> You can encrypt your message within gmail (or any free email provider).
> marxos

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