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Rambler wrote

The question is, then, who do you trust for secure email? Is email, by design, inherently 'bad' or 'flawed'?

What options does your average Joe have, outside of setting up his own mail server, and expecting his contacts to use PGP Encryption, which, may or may not be crackable by the big agencies.


GadgeteerZA wrote

Exactly the same question I was thinking, and looking forward to the answer. I know of Tutanota but what's the point of doing a massive mail migration, only to find that Tutanota is worse than ProtonMail.

You can use your own OpenPGP key with Gmail (then Google cannot see the content) but 99% of your contacts receiving it (inc businesses etc), are clueless how to decrypt it.