Are you sure you want to do that? If you have all emails accessed from a single interface, that interface's IP address becomes associated with all of your email accounts. Doesn't go very well with your other threads about maximum privacy.Which software, tools or app you use for this ...
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Tutanota is very nice. Protonmail has similar functionalities.Tutanota allows you to have up to 5 email addresses as part of their 12 euro a year premium plan into a unified inbox. I then setup rules to move incoming emails into subfolders (named after domain) in inbox for each email address.
I can also select which email address I want to send as when replying or creating a new one. Works very well.
IIRC, Google Workspace accounts are subject to an entirely different EULA and much stricter privacy procedures than free accounts. They aren't scanning emails for marketing purposes if you're a business client.P.S I would use gmail but its google.
Can you give an example of a mail client and email provider that includes your IP address in the email header?With some email providers, if you use an external email client, they will include your IP address in the email headers whereas if you send from their web client they use their own IP address (or none).
Varies between email providers and may vary between clients, too.
I have seen it with Gmail. I don't recall which email client it was, though. When I noticed that, I came to learn it can happen with other provider/client combinations.Can you give an example of a mail client and email provider that includes your IP address in the email header?