In this article, Madeline Hanley from the 1Password team explains how JMAP, the new open standard for email introduced by Fastmail, powers Masked Email.
Together, Fastmail and 1Password have created Masked Email, which makes it easy to generate unique email addresses on the fly while signing up for new services online.
The specifications for JMAP have been published by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), marking a big victory for email tools now and in the future.
This is the fourteenth post in the 2016 FastMail Advent Calendar. Stay tuned for another post tomorrow. What is Cyrus? If youʼve been reading our Advent series blog posts, you might have noticed we make a significant contribution to Cyrus IMAP, the email, contacts and calendar server used by FastMail. As with any development work, […]
Our team talks about customer service, technical documentation, and understanding users at LCA, a linux and open source conference.
Standards and CalConnect Three years ago that we launched our calendar service, and since then we’ve continually been working on it, be that CalDAV scheduling invitation processing per user alarms on shared calendars and other improvements. In calendaring, as in email, we are committed to open standards, and we stay true to the specifications that […]
Last year I posted about potential future features in FastMail, and the magic outbox handling support that I had just added to Cyrus. In the spirit of copying last year, I’m doing a Dec 25th post again (with a bit more planning). During this year’s advent I’ve had more support than previous years, which is […]
This is the twenty second post in the 2016 FastMail Advent Calendar. Stay tuned for another post tomorrow. Cyrus IMAPd development As we mentioned earlier in this series FastMail is a major contributor to the Cyrus IMAPd project. As the current project lead, it falls to me to write about where we’re at, and where […]