Suggestions for a more privacy conscious email provider

John Levine johnl at
Tue Dec 5 03:21:46 CST 2017

In article <0f7a39b9-efee-54d6-d449-081c7825cdec at> you write:
>I was meaning to imply that I believe it would be more difficult to 
>access the server at my house than at a co-lo / hosting facility.

Depends on the hosting facility.  My server is in a locked room that
used to contain printing presses, so it's pretty sturdy.  I expect the
hosting provider would be sceptical if someone showed up with a

For that matter, due to the somewhat informal way the IPs are managed
(I'm borrowing a block from a local ISP who doesn't currently need
it), it's rather hard to figure out where the server is.  See if you
can tell me where the host is physically located.


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