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Nubo

$2 /mo

memberships.descriptions.nubo

Select
Limits
Feature Included
Aliases
Email aliases are additional email addresses for email accounts that users can use to send/receive emails or set up forwarding. An email alias is like a nickname email address. Learn more.
Aliases
1
Calendars
Liverado Calendar is a scheduling component. It is fully integrated with email, contacts and other functions. You can click on any time slot in the Liverado calendar and start typing. Learn more.
Calendars
10
Contacts
All incoming and outgoing email addresses through your Liverado account will be stored in your contacts list if you turn on auto-save. Otherwise, you can manage your contacts manually. Your contact list is a set of email addresses that you can use to email a group of people. Learn more.
Contacts
-1
Domains
A custom domain is a unique branding label attached to a website's IP address. For example, instead of using bob@liverado.com, Bob can use his domain as an email suffix such as bob@mydomain.com. Learn more.
Domains
0
Folders
Email folders are one of the most important tools for keeping your inbox tidy. You use folders to categorise emails.
Folders
-1
Sending Quota
We encourage every user to use the Liverado service fairly. Sending spam is not considered a legitimate use case and may result in account suspension. Learn more.
Sending Quota
50
Storage
Email storage is the amount of data Liverado allocates on the server for emails in your mailbox. It includes the message itself and any attachments, such as photos, documents, etc.
Storage
1000
Users
If your subscription supports multiple users, you can add other users to your Liverado account. Learn more.
Users
1
Virtual Aliases
Virtual aliases are a tool to classify emails and keep your inbox organised. It can receive messages only and works with the "+" sign. Learn more.
Virtual Aliases
-1
Features
Feature Included

Action Filters

Action filters allow you to limit the items you see in your inbox. You can choose any combination of actions from the list and configure them as needed.

Action Filters
Yes.

Auto Forward

If you enable auto-forward, the system will automatically forward all messages to an email address you preset.

Auto Forward
No.

Auto Reply

You can set an auto-reply message when you are out of the office or unavailable to respond to emails. The system will automatically respond to emails your Inbox received.

Auto Reply
No.

Autocrypt

Autocrypt is an encryption protocol for email clients designed to simplify key exchange and enable encryption. Learn more.

Autocrypt
Yes.

Brute-Force Protection

Brute-force protection against a single IP address attacking a single user account. When the same IP address tries and fails 10 times to log in as the same user, the Liverado system will not allow the attempt in a short period again. In settings, you can enable the recording of the attacking IP address.

Brute-Force Protection
Yes.

CalDAV

CalDAV is an Internet standard that allows clients to access scheduling information on remote servers. You will need to configure it. Learn more.

CalDAV
Yes.

CardDAV

CardDAV is an address book client/server protocol designed to allow users to access and share contact data on servers. Configuration is required. Learn more.

CardDAV
Yes.

Catch-All Domains

A catch-all domain is an email address that collects all mail sent to your domain name. It provides custom domain users with the option to receive all mail sent to their domains. Even a misspelling email address or the address has not been set up yet under the domains. Learn more.

Catch-All Domains
No.

Cryptocurrency Payments

Liverado supports cryptocurrency payments such as Bitcoin, Monero, etc.

Cryptocurrency Payments
Yes.

Dead-Man Switch

It is a switch designed to activate or deactivate when a human operator is incapacitated, such as death, loss of consciousness, or loss of body control. A dead-man switch allows users to be automatically contacted once a month (week, year, etc .) to confirm that they are alive. Suppose (for whatever reason) the user does not reply and therefore provides proof of life. In that case, the dead-man switch is activated. Learn more.

Dead-Man Switch
No.

Email Scheduling

Email scheduling is the ability to schedule emails at a certain time in the future. Learn more.

Email Scheduling
No.

End-to-End Encryption

Messages between Liverado users are always encrypted. Liverado also supports users sending encrypted emails to non-Liverado recipients. As long as recipients' email providers support S/MIME, PGP/Inline, PGP/Mime, p≡p (such as Gmail, Apple Mail, ProtonMail, Tutanota, etc.) Learn more.

End-to-End Encryption
Yes.

Encryption at Rest

Encryption at rest is like storing your data in a vault. The data stored on the server are encrypted. Even an attacker can access the server but cannot decrypt the data. So users' data remain safe in the event of an attack.

Encryption at Rest
Yes.

Encryption in Transit

Encryption in transit is like putting your data in an armoured transport vehicle. It protects your data from interception along the route between source and destination.

Encryption in Transit
Yes.

Extra Domains

The membership allows purchasing additional domains.

Extra Domains
No.

Extra Users

The membership allows purchasing additional users.

Extra Users
No.

File Storage

File storage is where you can store data or a file. If you want to delete a message but prefer to keep an attachment, you can store the attachment in file storage.

File Storage
Yes.

IMAP(S)

IMAP is an Internet protocol used by email clients to retrieve email messages from mail servers over a TCP/IP connection. Learn more.

IMAP(S)
Yes.

IP-Leak Protection

The system removes any metadata related to your IP address before storing it on the servers.

IP-Leak Protection
Yes.

Malware Protection

Liverado systems support Clam AntiVirus (ClamAV), a free, open-source, cross-platform anti-malware toolkit. It can detect many types of malware, including viruses. If malware is detected, the system will prompt the user with a warning. This feature only works with unencrypted messages.

Malware Protection
Yes.

Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication is an authentication method that requires users to provide two or more verification factors to gain access to Liverado. Currently, Liverado supports OTP generating by a generator. Learn more.

Multi-Factor Authentication
Yes.

Password Encrypted Messages

If the email provider of the non-Liverado user does not support PGP, S/MIME or Pretty easy privacy protocols, you can still send a password encrypted message. Your recipients will receive a message with a link. To read the encrypted email, they must click the link and enter the previously agreed-upon password. They can then reply to your message, and their reply is also end-to-end encrypted. Learn more.

Password Encrypted Messages
Yes.

PGP/INLINE

PGP/INLINE is a special encoding used to encrypt and sign emails through a hybrid crypto-system. The message body and attachments are encrypted and signed separately. Learn more.

PGP/INLINE
Yes.

PGP/MIME

Compared to PGP/Inline, PGP/MIME encrypts and signs the message (including attachments) as a whole. Learn more.

PGP/MIME
Yes.

Phishing Protection

To prevent phishing, you can set a phrase only you know for Liverado website. For example, "hello world!". You can quickly identify the fake Liverado websites because only you know the phrase. Learn more.

Phishing Protection
Yes.

Pretty Easy Privacy (p≡p)

Pretty easy privacy (p≡p) is a pluggable data encryption and authentication system. Liverado supports Pretty easy privacy protocol. If you enable this feature in your contacts settings, your email subjects will be encrypted as well. Learn more.

Pretty Easy Privacy (p≡p)
Yes.

Priority Support

All after-service communications are encrypted and kept within Liverado servers. Tondro and Fulmo users enjoy priority support.

Priority Support
No.

S/MIME

S/MIME is a protocol that provides end-to-end encryption. Learn more.

S/MIME
Yes.

Self-Destructing Emails

Self-destructing emails are emails that disappear and become unreadable after a specific time or at the sender's request. Learn more.

Self-Destructing Emails
No.

Sieve Filters

Sieve is a programming language for filtering email. You can create filters in Sieve by writing simple rules. For example, Blue label all of Bob's messages. Combining these rules can create a complex filtering system. Learn more.

Sieve Filters
No.

SMTP(S)

SMTP is the Internet standard communication protocol for email transmission. Mail servers and other mail transfer agents use SMTP to send and receive mail.

SMTP(S)
Yes.

Spam Filters

You can set-up allowed email addresses or block email addresses. The unencrypted email will be in your spam folder if it appears to be spam. Learn more.

Spam Filters
Yes.

Tor Network

Liverado supports the Tor network. You can access the Liverado hidden service through the Tor network anywhere. Learn more.

Tor Network
Yes.

Zero-Access Encryption

Zero-access encryption is a key method to ensure only the user's private encryption key can decrypt and access messages. Learn more.

Zero-Access Encryption
Yes.

Zero-knowledge Password Proof

ZKPP is a zero-knowledge proof. It allows one party (the prover) to prove to the other (the verifier) that it knows the value of the password but does not reveal anything other than the fact that it knows the verifier's password. Learn more.

Zero-knowledge Password Proof
Yes.

Tondro

$6 /mo

memberships.descriptions.tondro

Select
Limits
Feature Included
Aliases
Email aliases are additional email addresses for email accounts that users can use to send/receive emails or set up forwarding. An email alias is like a nickname email address. Learn more.
Aliases
5
Calendars
Liverado Calendar is a scheduling component. It is fully integrated with email, contacts and other functions. You can click on any time slot in the Liverado calendar and start typing. Learn more.
Calendars
10
Contacts
All incoming and outgoing email addresses through your Liverado account will be stored in your contacts list if you turn on auto-save. Otherwise, you can manage your contacts manually. Your contact list is a set of email addresses that you can use to email a group of people. Learn more.
Contacts
-1
Domains
A custom domain is a unique branding label attached to a website's IP address. For example, instead of using bob@liverado.com, Bob can use his domain as an email suffix such as bob@mydomain.com. Learn more.
Domains
2
Folders
Email folders are one of the most important tools for keeping your inbox tidy. You use folders to categorise emails.
Folders
-1
Sending Quota
We encourage every user to use the Liverado service fairly. Sending spam is not considered a legitimate use case and may result in account suspension. Learn more.
Sending Quota
-1
Storage
Email storage is the amount of data Liverado allocates on the server for emails in your mailbox. It includes the message itself and any attachments, such as photos, documents, etc.
Storage
5000
Users
If your subscription supports multiple users, you can add other users to your Liverado account. Learn more.
Users
1
Virtual Aliases
Virtual aliases are a tool to classify emails and keep your inbox organised. It can receive messages only and works with the "+" sign. Learn more.
Virtual Aliases
-1
Features
Feature Included

Action Filters

Action filters allow you to limit the items you see in your inbox. You can choose any combination of actions from the list and configure them as needed.

Action Filters
Yes.

Auto Forward

If you enable auto-forward, the system will automatically forward all messages to an email address you preset.

Auto Forward
Yes.

Auto Reply

You can set an auto-reply message when you are out of the office or unavailable to respond to emails. The system will automatically respond to emails your Inbox received.

Auto Reply
Yes.

Autocrypt

Autocrypt is an encryption protocol for email clients designed to simplify key exchange and enable encryption. Learn more.

Autocrypt
Yes.

Brute-Force Protection

Brute-force protection against a single IP address attacking a single user account. When the same IP address tries and fails 10 times to log in as the same user, the Liverado system will not allow the attempt in a short period again. In settings, you can enable the recording of the attacking IP address.

Brute-Force Protection
Yes.

CalDAV

CalDAV is an Internet standard that allows clients to access scheduling information on remote servers. You will need to configure it. Learn more.

CalDAV
Yes.

CardDAV

CardDAV is an address book client/server protocol designed to allow users to access and share contact data on servers. Configuration is required. Learn more.

CardDAV
Yes.

Catch-All Domains

A catch-all domain is an email address that collects all mail sent to your domain name. It provides custom domain users with the option to receive all mail sent to their domains. Even a misspelling email address or the address has not been set up yet under the domains. Learn more.

Catch-All Domains
Yes.

Cryptocurrency Payments

Liverado supports cryptocurrency payments such as Bitcoin, Monero, etc.

Cryptocurrency Payments
Yes.

Dead-Man Switch

It is a switch designed to activate or deactivate when a human operator is incapacitated, such as death, loss of consciousness, or loss of body control. A dead-man switch allows users to be automatically contacted once a month (week, year, etc .) to confirm that they are alive. Suppose (for whatever reason) the user does not reply and therefore provides proof of life. In that case, the dead-man switch is activated. Learn more.

Dead-Man Switch
Yes.

Email Scheduling

Email scheduling is the ability to schedule emails at a certain time in the future. Learn more.

Email Scheduling
Yes.

End-to-End Encryption

Messages between Liverado users are always encrypted. Liverado also supports users sending encrypted emails to non-Liverado recipients. As long as recipients' email providers support S/MIME, PGP/Inline, PGP/Mime, p≡p (such as Gmail, Apple Mail, ProtonMail, Tutanota, etc.) Learn more.

End-to-End Encryption
Yes.

Encryption at Rest

Encryption at rest is like storing your data in a vault. The data stored on the server are encrypted. Even an attacker can access the server but cannot decrypt the data. So users' data remain safe in the event of an attack.

Encryption at Rest
Yes.

Encryption in Transit

Encryption in transit is like putting your data in an armoured transport vehicle. It protects your data from interception along the route between source and destination.

Encryption in Transit
Yes.

Extra Domains

The membership allows purchasing additional domains.

Extra Domains
Yes.

Extra Users

The membership allows purchasing additional users.

Extra Users
Yes.

File Storage

File storage is where you can store data or a file. If you want to delete a message but prefer to keep an attachment, you can store the attachment in file storage.

File Storage
Yes.

IMAP(S)

IMAP is an Internet protocol used by email clients to retrieve email messages from mail servers over a TCP/IP connection. Learn more.

IMAP(S)
Yes.

IP-Leak Protection

The system removes any metadata related to your IP address before storing it on the servers.

IP-Leak Protection
Yes.

Malware Protection

Liverado systems support Clam AntiVirus (ClamAV), a free, open-source, cross-platform anti-malware toolkit. It can detect many types of malware, including viruses. If malware is detected, the system will prompt the user with a warning. This feature only works with unencrypted messages.

Malware Protection
Yes.

Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication is an authentication method that requires users to provide two or more verification factors to gain access to Liverado. Currently, Liverado supports OTP generating by a generator. Learn more.

Multi-Factor Authentication
Yes.

Password Encrypted Messages

If the email provider of the non-Liverado user does not support PGP, S/MIME or Pretty easy privacy protocols, you can still send a password encrypted message. Your recipients will receive a message with a link. To read the encrypted email, they must click the link and enter the previously agreed-upon password. They can then reply to your message, and their reply is also end-to-end encrypted. Learn more.

Password Encrypted Messages
Yes.

PGP/INLINE

PGP/INLINE is a special encoding used to encrypt and sign emails through a hybrid crypto-system. The message body and attachments are encrypted and signed separately. Learn more.

PGP/INLINE
Yes.

PGP/MIME

Compared to PGP/Inline, PGP/MIME encrypts and signs the message (including attachments) as a whole. Learn more.

PGP/MIME
Yes.

Phishing Protection

To prevent phishing, you can set a phrase only you know for Liverado website. For example, "hello world!". You can quickly identify the fake Liverado websites because only you know the phrase. Learn more.

Phishing Protection
Yes.

Pretty Easy Privacy (p≡p)

Pretty easy privacy (p≡p) is a pluggable data encryption and authentication system. Liverado supports Pretty easy privacy protocol. If you enable this feature in your contacts settings, your email subjects will be encrypted as well. Learn more.

Pretty Easy Privacy (p≡p)
Yes.

Priority Support

All after-service communications are encrypted and kept within Liverado servers. Tondro and Fulmo users enjoy priority support.

Priority Support
Yes.

S/MIME

S/MIME is a protocol that provides end-to-end encryption. Learn more.

S/MIME
Yes.

Self-Destructing Emails

Self-destructing emails are emails that disappear and become unreadable after a specific time or at the sender's request. Learn more.

Self-Destructing Emails
Yes.

Sieve Filters

Sieve is a programming language for filtering email. You can create filters in Sieve by writing simple rules. For example, Blue label all of Bob's messages. Combining these rules can create a complex filtering system. Learn more.

Sieve Filters
Yes.

SMTP(S)

SMTP is the Internet standard communication protocol for email transmission. Mail servers and other mail transfer agents use SMTP to send and receive mail.

SMTP(S)
Yes.

Spam Filters

You can set-up allowed email addresses or block email addresses. The unencrypted email will be in your spam folder if it appears to be spam. Learn more.

Spam Filters
Yes.

Tor Network

Liverado supports the Tor network. You can access the Liverado hidden service through the Tor network anywhere. Learn more.

Tor Network
Yes.

Zero-Access Encryption

Zero-access encryption is a key method to ensure only the user's private encryption key can decrypt and access messages. Learn more.

Zero-Access Encryption
Yes.

Zero-knowledge Password Proof

ZKPP is a zero-knowledge proof. It allows one party (the prover) to prove to the other (the verifier) that it knows the value of the password but does not reveal anything other than the fact that it knows the verifier's password. Learn more.

Zero-knowledge Password Proof
Yes.

Fulmo

$30 /mo

memberships.descriptions.fulmo

Select
Limits
Feature Included
Aliases
Email aliases are additional email addresses for email accounts that users can use to send/receive emails or set up forwarding. An email alias is like a nickname email address. Learn more.
Aliases
50
Calendars
Liverado Calendar is a scheduling component. It is fully integrated with email, contacts and other functions. You can click on any time slot in the Liverado calendar and start typing. Learn more.
Calendars
100
Contacts
All incoming and outgoing email addresses through your Liverado account will be stored in your contacts list if you turn on auto-save. Otherwise, you can manage your contacts manually. Your contact list is a set of email addresses that you can use to email a group of people. Learn more.
Contacts
-1
Domains
A custom domain is a unique branding label attached to a website's IP address. For example, instead of using bob@liverado.com, Bob can use his domain as an email suffix such as bob@mydomain.com. Learn more.
Domains
10
Folders
Email folders are one of the most important tools for keeping your inbox tidy. You use folders to categorise emails.
Folders
-1
Sending Quota
We encourage every user to use the Liverado service fairly. Sending spam is not considered a legitimate use case and may result in account suspension. Learn more.
Sending Quota
-1
Storage
Email storage is the amount of data Liverado allocates on the server for emails in your mailbox. It includes the message itself and any attachments, such as photos, documents, etc.
Storage
50000
Users
If your subscription supports multiple users, you can add other users to your Liverado account. Learn more.
Users
5
Virtual Aliases
Virtual aliases are a tool to classify emails and keep your inbox organised. It can receive messages only and works with the "+" sign. Learn more.
Virtual Aliases
-1
Features
Feature Included

Action Filters

Action filters allow you to limit the items you see in your inbox. You can choose any combination of actions from the list and configure them as needed.

Action Filters
Yes.

Auto Forward

If you enable auto-forward, the system will automatically forward all messages to an email address you preset.

Auto Forward
Yes.

Auto Reply

You can set an auto-reply message when you are out of the office or unavailable to respond to emails. The system will automatically respond to emails your Inbox received.

Auto Reply
Yes.

Autocrypt

Autocrypt is an encryption protocol for email clients designed to simplify key exchange and enable encryption. Learn more.

Autocrypt
Yes.

Brute-Force Protection

Brute-force protection against a single IP address attacking a single user account. When the same IP address tries and fails 10 times to log in as the same user, the Liverado system will not allow the attempt in a short period again. In settings, you can enable the recording of the attacking IP address.

Brute-Force Protection
Yes.

CalDAV

CalDAV is an Internet standard that allows clients to access scheduling information on remote servers. You will need to configure it. Learn more.

CalDAV
Yes.

CardDAV

CardDAV is an address book client/server protocol designed to allow users to access and share contact data on servers. Configuration is required. Learn more.

CardDAV
Yes.

Catch-All Domains

A catch-all domain is an email address that collects all mail sent to your domain name. It provides custom domain users with the option to receive all mail sent to their domains. Even a misspelling email address or the address has not been set up yet under the domains. Learn more.

Catch-All Domains
Yes.

Cryptocurrency Payments

Liverado supports cryptocurrency payments such as Bitcoin, Monero, etc.

Cryptocurrency Payments
Yes.

Dead-Man Switch

It is a switch designed to activate or deactivate when a human operator is incapacitated, such as death, loss of consciousness, or loss of body control. A dead-man switch allows users to be automatically contacted once a month (week, year, etc .) to confirm that they are alive. Suppose (for whatever reason) the user does not reply and therefore provides proof of life. In that case, the dead-man switch is activated. Learn more.

Dead-Man Switch
Yes.

Email Scheduling

Email scheduling is the ability to schedule emails at a certain time in the future. Learn more.

Email Scheduling
Yes.

End-to-End Encryption

Messages between Liverado users are always encrypted. Liverado also supports users sending encrypted emails to non-Liverado recipients. As long as recipients' email providers support S/MIME, PGP/Inline, PGP/Mime, p≡p (such as Gmail, Apple Mail, ProtonMail, Tutanota, etc.) Learn more.

End-to-End Encryption
Yes.

Encryption at Rest

Encryption at rest is like storing your data in a vault. The data stored on the server are encrypted. Even an attacker can access the server but cannot decrypt the data. So users' data remain safe in the event of an attack.

Encryption at Rest
Yes.

Encryption in Transit

Encryption in transit is like putting your data in an armoured transport vehicle. It protects your data from interception along the route between source and destination.

Encryption in Transit
Yes.

Extra Domains

The membership allows purchasing additional domains.

Extra Domains
Yes.

Extra Users

The membership allows purchasing additional users.

Extra Users
No.

File Storage

File storage is where you can store data or a file. If you want to delete a message but prefer to keep an attachment, you can store the attachment in file storage.

File Storage
Yes.

IMAP(S)

IMAP is an Internet protocol used by email clients to retrieve email messages from mail servers over a TCP/IP connection. Learn more.

IMAP(S)
Yes.

IP-Leak Protection

The system removes any metadata related to your IP address before storing it on the servers.

IP-Leak Protection
Yes.

Malware Protection

Liverado systems support Clam AntiVirus (ClamAV), a free, open-source, cross-platform anti-malware toolkit. It can detect many types of malware, including viruses. If malware is detected, the system will prompt the user with a warning. This feature only works with unencrypted messages.

Malware Protection
Yes.

Multi-Factor Authentication

Multi-factor authentication is an authentication method that requires users to provide two or more verification factors to gain access to Liverado. Currently, Liverado supports OTP generating by a generator. Learn more.

Multi-Factor Authentication
Yes.

Password Encrypted Messages

If the email provider of the non-Liverado user does not support PGP, S/MIME or Pretty easy privacy protocols, you can still send a password encrypted message. Your recipients will receive a message with a link. To read the encrypted email, they must click the link and enter the previously agreed-upon password. They can then reply to your message, and their reply is also end-to-end encrypted. Learn more.

Password Encrypted Messages
Yes.

PGP/INLINE

PGP/INLINE is a special encoding used to encrypt and sign emails through a hybrid crypto-system. The message body and attachments are encrypted and signed separately. Learn more.

PGP/INLINE
Yes.

PGP/MIME

Compared to PGP/Inline, PGP/MIME encrypts and signs the message (including attachments) as a whole. Learn more.

PGP/MIME
Yes.

Phishing Protection

To prevent phishing, you can set a phrase only you know for Liverado website. For example, "hello world!". You can quickly identify the fake Liverado websites because only you know the phrase. Learn more.

Phishing Protection
Yes.

Pretty Easy Privacy (p≡p)

Pretty easy privacy (p≡p) is a pluggable data encryption and authentication system. Liverado supports Pretty easy privacy protocol. If you enable this feature in your contacts settings, your email subjects will be encrypted as well. Learn more.

Pretty Easy Privacy (p≡p)
Yes.

Priority Support

All after-service communications are encrypted and kept within Liverado servers. Tondro and Fulmo users enjoy priority support.

Priority Support
Yes.

S/MIME

S/MIME is a protocol that provides end-to-end encryption. Learn more.

S/MIME
Yes.

Self-Destructing Emails

Self-destructing emails are emails that disappear and become unreadable after a specific time or at the sender's request. Learn more.

Self-Destructing Emails
Yes.

Sieve Filters

Sieve is a programming language for filtering email. You can create filters in Sieve by writing simple rules. For example, Blue label all of Bob's messages. Combining these rules can create a complex filtering system. Learn more.

Sieve Filters
Yes.

SMTP(S)

SMTP is the Internet standard communication protocol for email transmission. Mail servers and other mail transfer agents use SMTP to send and receive mail.

SMTP(S)
Yes.

Spam Filters

You can set-up allowed email addresses or block email addresses. The unencrypted email will be in your spam folder if it appears to be spam. Learn more.

Spam Filters
Yes.

Tor Network

Liverado supports the Tor network. You can access the Liverado hidden service through the Tor network anywhere. Learn more.

Tor Network
Yes.

Zero-Access Encryption

Zero-access encryption is a key method to ensure only the user's private encryption key can decrypt and access messages. Learn more.

Zero-Access Encryption
Yes.

Zero-knowledge Password Proof

ZKPP is a zero-knowledge proof. It allows one party (the prover) to prove to the other (the verifier) that it knows the value of the password but does not reveal anything other than the fact that it knows the verifier's password. Learn more.

Zero-knowledge Password Proof
Yes.

Fulmo Lifetime

Fulmo Lifetime is a limited edition membership offered during a short time. Subscribe now, and start the journey to lifelong secure communications today.

What's included

  • All features from Fulmo

  • Enjoy 14-day free trial

  • Early access to new features

  • Participate in development surveys

Pay once, own it forever

€1337

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Frequently asked questions

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Can I get a refund after making a payment?
Cryptocurrency payment, downgrading subscriptions and violating our Terms of Service are strictly non-refundable. Other payment methods paid services we provide are usually non-refundable, and any refund or credits will be at our sole discretion. Learn more.
What payment methods do you support?
You can make the payment with a credit and debit card, certain cryptocurrencies, direct bank transfer, PayPal, Alipay, Wechat, etc. Liverado supports cryptocurrency payment. You can pay with Bitcoin, Monero, Ethereum, Dogecoin, etc. Learn more. Learn more.
Can I downgrade my membership later?
Before downgrade your subscription, please ensure that the numbers of custom domains, addresses, and storage space sizes match the new plan. Note that downgrading a plan is non-refundable. Learn more.
How to cancel a subscription during the 14-day trial period?
You can cancel the free trial by click "Cancel" or uncheck "Recurring bill" in the settings within 14days. You will no longer be able to send or receive any messages after cancellation. Learn more.
What happens if I forget to renew?
Failure to pay a recurring bill will result in your account suspension and termination. Your account will be suspended immediately and terminated after three months. The best way to prevent this happen is to keep your payment method up to date. Learn more.

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