ZMail is a trial email service currently provided to invited owners of .zil blockchain domains. Built on top of open source iRedMail mail server software, users are able to receive and manage mail sent to a firstname.lastname@example.org address using an intuitive and easy to use web UI.
Is ZMail secure?
ZMail users are forced to use mail services through secure connections (POP3/IMAP/SMTP over TLS, webmail with HTTPS). All emails are encrypted in transit using TLS, if possible, while passwords are stored in SSHA512 or BCRYPT (BSD).
Does ZMail have spam protection?
Thanks to iRedMail, ZMail benefits from the following anti-spam features: SpamAssassin, ClamAV, SPF, DKIM, greylisting, whitelisting, blacklisting.
Can ZMail be hacked?
Yes. Like like any other online account, ZMail accounts can be hacked. Users should therefore take every precaution to ensure that their account credentials remain secure.
Can my ZMail account be revoked?
Yes. ZMail is still a trial service and so should not be relied upon as a primary email. What is more, failure to abide by the terms and conditions of use may also result in account closure.
What do I need to read before using Zmail?
How do I set up a ZMail account?
Owing to their blockchain integration, setting up a [email protected] email address and account is not as simple the process entailed in using other email providers. For that reason, Zil.Link has created the following video tutorial as a means of demonstrating the process (coming soon).