SimpleLogin - open source solution to protect your email

SimpleLogin is an open source solution to hide your email address via email alias. All emails sent to an alias is forwarded to your personal email address.

You can use the alias when subscribing to a newsletter, signing up for a new account, giving your email to someone you don't trust. Not only an alias can receive emails, it can also send emails. An alias is a full-fledged email address.

Later if you can simply block or delete an alias if it's too spammy.

SimpleLogin could also help you manage your business emails using your personal email! Just import your domain into SimpleLogin and start create emails for your business! With premium plan, you can add as many domains as you want! SimpleLogin could help save a lot of $ as you don't need to buy a full email solution like GSuite..

Why SimpleLogin?
When you give away your personal email online, there is a good chance that your email address would end up with a spammer or a hacker. SimpleLogin acts as a firewall for to protect your personal email inbox.

What distinguishes SimpleLogin:
- Open-source and easy to self-host. The self-hosting is based on Docker and could be run on almost any Linux server. The hosting instruction is on our repository at https://github.com/simple-login/app

  • Powerful features if you have a domain (only available at premium plan).

  • Extensions available for Chrome & Firefox. Safari extension and mobile apps are coming.

  • Open Roadmap with exciting upcoming features: email directory, extension for Safari, mobile applications, etc. Feel free to check it out on https://trello.com/b/4d6A69I4/open-roadmap

  • Export your data: allows you to change the service provider if someday you decide to leave SimpleLogin .

Pricing plan (offered for free): Premium plan free for 2 years
Free access: 2 years
Annual savings (in $): $29.99
Client type:
(B2B): Business pilot clients
(B2C): Consumer early adopters
Platform:
Web
Android App
iOS App
Industry: Privacy
Stage: Beta Release

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