This trend is good
Migrating from a mail Server takes some time.
@zxv I guess the went too close to the "creepy line". who would have thought it's a bad idea?
@zxv Hmm. Where am I at on this?
✅ Run my own e-mail server
❓ DuckDuckGo (60%~70%; Google the rest)
👎 Still haven't setup a PeerTube Server
👎 Here Maps is Okay, but doesn't work with Android Auto (fuck you Google)
❓ Mostly use MEGA, but still have some things that only support Drive
I still have one phone I want to try miniG (Android with fake Google Services) on and I'd like to switch to KDE Plasma Mobile once I get a Purism 5.
@djsumdog Email and Phone are my main challenges. For email I worry about GMail dropping email I send to people still on the platform.
Do you have a sense of how much of your email is getting lost?
@zxv I wrote a post about that:
It sucks. I usually tell people I sent them an e-mail on some other medium. After the first one is marked as 'not spam', the rest get through fine. To be fair, even before 2013 when I Was on gmail ... I'd have e-mail to other gmail addresses marked as spam .. and I've been on gmail since like 2004!
@djsumdog yea that's what I'm afraid of. I use a mail forward from domains I own so no one has had my gmail email address basically ever. But that sucks if I can't email someone without needing to tell them somehow that my first email will be in the spam folder. Fuck Google.
@zxv GMail is no big problem. Set up SPF/DKIM/DMARC and it just works.
But to get Microsoft to accept E-Mails usually involves filling in an appeal form to get your IP whitelisted.
@zxv Hard to tell from the readme alone.
The list of services looks good and the Dockerfile is not too complicated, but without trying it I cannot recommend or recommend against it.
But I would recommend using it only when you have a good enough understanding what's happening there, when you want to use it for more than a pet project. Otherwise you will have problems when some part of the mail-in-a-box solution does not work as expected and you do not know which one.
@allo but at that point I might as well roll my own thing.
@zxv brb getting a magazine subscription
@zxv on second though.. 151 gbp for a subscription to canada is pretty steep
@zxv I believe this is their website ? They seem to have work to do to free themselves from google too. Don't know if what they say in issue 490 is good or not though.
@zxv eso es amigo
@zxv oo im about this
Did you open the magazine? What did it recommend?
@zxv you mean controversial headlines?
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