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On 3/3/2016 12:10 PM, Paul D. Mirowsky <> wrote:
 1. Make secured e-mails without trusting the the server. Security ends
    where trust starts.

So, learn how to use encryption (PGP) end to end. That is the only way
to ensure secure email.

The problem you'll have is getting the people you correspond with to
cooperate. Many probably simply won't (incapable technically, or don't
want to bother).

I trust Mozilla to produce a safe POP client

I don't mind if Mozilla maintains the POP capability of TB, but I'll
never use it.

 2. Have Thunderbird POP installed on multiple devices that align
    themselves to e-mail address(es) securely without the interaction of
    a server except for PGP.

Again, such a statement just displays your ignorance with respect to
mail clients and servers to the world.

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