Suggestions for a more privacy conscious email provider

Gordon Ewasiuk gewasiuk at
Tue Dec 5 18:16:58 CST 2017

On Tue, 5 Dec 2017, Edwin Pers wrote:

>> Last week we found out that Helpscout sends email from AWS servers.
>> This is incorrect reasoning.  Because they're the biggest cloud provider
>> in the world, they should send the least amount of junk: the larger
>> an operation is, the easier abuse detection/prevention gets.
> You'd think so, yes. Somehow Google and DO and most other hosting 
> companies manage to do it. Feels like AWS truly doesn't care about it.

AWS imposes "email sending limitations", by default, on all EC2 accounts. 
Anyone who wants those limitations removed has to fill out a form and make 
a use case to AWS Support.

AWS also says they work with ISPs and "Internet anti-SPAM orgs" like 

That sounds a bit more than "doesn't care about it", no?


(yes, I'm an AWS customer)

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