Soverin.net is a dutch email service provider, recommended by Bits of Freedom (a dutch digital rights foundation). I have been using them for a few months now and I've been very happy with them. I even moved my family's email over to their service.
I love the fact that they remove information like the IP address and device hostname from email headers. I also love that I can link an unlimited amount of domain names, forwards, groups (multi-person forwards) and aliases to my account. Additional inboxed are only 6€/year. I have also found their services to be reliable and fast.
Even though I'm very positive about Soverin, they also lack some important features. They for example don't offer true two factor authentication, with the current implementation only working in the Roundcube interface. This means both IMAP and the account management panel are both unprotected, making it basically useless. (we’d see this last Q1, it's still not here though...).
There are also a few small 'annoyances', like the percentage of space used is still 0.0%, even though it has been about 5% for a few months now (baed on the emails I've imported). I also miss push notifications in the default iOS mail app, but nearly no one else has this.
I would recommend Soverin to anyone looking for a good, honest, privacy-respecting email provider with support for important security features such as DANE, DKIM etc. Whilst they're not there yet in terms of some other (important) features, I feel like they do have the right priorities and are very trustworthy. I am very much looking forward to how this company is going to develop.
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