- by Firefox user 12408607, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5Useful companion extension to a great service. Personally I got my own domain name, and set it up with anonaddy (paid plan) and never looked back.
Service has been reliable, but if you use your own domain you don't even need to worry about that: if you ever need to migrate off, just point your domain to a different email service. Worth the price of the Pro plan and the domain name.
- by BrightLightning, 4 months agoRated 5 out of 5Been using this service for about a year now, and just found out that they have a Firefox addon.
Reasons I like the service:
- Not ran by a tech giant.
- The servers used to host the service are not by a tech giant.
- The the pricing is good, and cheaper than other services.
- Has the right mix of custom settings, and easy use.
- They are fast to support emails.
- it is open source.
- and the default domains are not blacklisted on any sites I know of.
Also I have tried, and used many other services before, and by far this is the best one.
- by alperen, a year agoRated 5 out of 5Finally a service that I have been waiting for. Firefox is going to replicate the same service but it is a good idea to stick to a version that is browser agnostic.
- by user24104105-1, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5I've got paid accounts at burnerm**, 33ma**, and have used spamgou**, but this service is the #1 best for privacy and features. Only service with PGP forwarding.
Much love to this app. I've switched over all my emails from my old forwarding accounts to AnonAddy, subscribed Pro level.
- by Andrew S. Lagrange, 2 years agoRated 5 out of 5excellent addon for privacy-concious users. must have if you want to protect your email address.
Data security and privacy details:
- Servers are in Holland (good)
- Developer is known by real name (very good)
- Code is open source (very good)
- GPG / OpenPGP support (very good).