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    Anonymous commented  · 

    How about an offline mode for the android app where one can read ones mails (from the last synchronizing).

    It might be possible to make an option where the user can decide for example that he wants to store the mails of the last week on each sync (to be able to read them without an internet connection). As the encryption takes place on the device, these mails might be stored encrypted on the device.

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    Currently I use POP3 to store my E-Mail locally and like to have a mirror on my smartphone. As mostly I only need the latest E-mails when I don't have my laptop with me, the deletion of older mails on the server actually is very convenient because due to that I don't need so much storage on the mail-server.

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