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Re: [tor-talk] Any free email service can work with Tor



About MAIL.RU they will ask you a SMS validation only if somebody complaints about your mail.ru address. I myself use many boxes there, all with TOR, never got any SMS validation unless ONCE after a guy told me he will complain...

I use myself now for subscribing to lists etc, the service at https://funky-mail.net/
They SSL certificate is self issued so I get a warning but no problem for me, for what I am doing with it... I contacted the admin there, they are modifying they system to SEND emails, but for receiving all is ok.



BM-2cVHtJbZDsfk9bEuGwimWFZFJJRdfCNcWc@bitmessage.ch wrote:> 
> Hi,
> 
> I used to subscribe a few mailing lists with mail.ru mailboxes.
> Today they blocked all my email accounts which were only connected through Tor.
> 
> ---------------------------------------
> fetchmail: IMAP< A0002 NO [AUTHENTICATIONFAILED] Access to "myusername@mail.ru" denied because your password has been compromised. Please log in to your mailbox at https://e.mail.ru/ and follow instructions.
> ---------------------------------------
> 
> Then I tried to log in their web mail, but it requires me to receive a
> SMS message.
> 
> ---------------------------------------
> Recovering access to myusername@mail.ru
> We suspect that your mailbox has been hacked.
> 
> To recover access, enter and confirm your phone number with the code sent in an SMS message.
> We also recommend that you review this information, which will help you protect yourself from being hacked in the future.
> ---------------------------------------
> 
> Is there any other free email service provider that can be used with Tor?
> Of course, I had tried GMail, they did the same thing before I switched to
> Mail.ru, and Mail.ru worked for a few years until today. I only sent
> less than 10 emails per week from those Mail.ru accounts, most of the
> time I just need them to receive mails from mailing lists.
> 
> Any help would be appreciated.
> 
>
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