Mailpile - Definition from the Hotspot Shield Encyclopedia

Mailpile is a form of email client that is open-source and aims to provide users with a secure and encrypted webmail system that gives enhanced privacy.

The main focus of the email client is to give users security and privacy. It achieves this by using high levels of encryption, an advanced spam filter and digital signatures. The web based interface is created using HTML5 and has great usability and also a search engine and is available in around 30 different languages. The original program was created in 2014 and the project was funded by a crowdfunding campaign which managed to raise over $100,000. Mailpile offers a easy to install and use program, and it has been praised for its design and security features.