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Sending encrypted email to non-CTemplar users

You can send encrypted email for non-CTemplar users. Encrypted messages to non-Ctemplar recipients, are kept for a maximum of 5 days. 1. Compose a new message 2. Click on Encryption for non-Ctemplar users 3. In the pop-in that appears, enter the following information: password to encrypt the message password hint expiration time: expiry time should be […]

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How does encryption/decryption work in CTemplar?

The “end to end encryption” is done when you send an email from one CTemplar account to another CTemplar account; however, when you send an email from CTemplar to a non CTemplar account (e.g: Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook) then the content will be sent in plain text to the other end, but it will be still […]

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Add an user

This feature requires a paid plan You can add users once you have added your own domain.Haven’t added a domain yet? Check our guide on how to add a domain. 1. Go to setting > Domains and users 2. Click on Add user 3. Enter user details username / domain password recovery email 4. Click on Save How do I […]

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Why the name “Templar”?

When we were planning this project years ago, we envisioned creating a VPN, Escrow & Email service.  We liked the name “Templar” because it fit with our future vision for this project for the below reasons: Encrypted Email – The templar used ciphers to protect messages. Escrow – The Templar created one of the first […]

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Deleting Aliases

We give users the option to disable aliases.  When an alias is disabled all emails that are sent to that address are permanently lost. We do not currently support deleting aliases for a combination of security reasons.

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Temporary store decrypted subjects

Enabling this optional setting allows a faster experience by storing the subject in your browser after the first decryption is done. You can safely enable this setting without affecting your privacy if you trust the device you’re logging in from. There are two types of storage, and they will be used based on your “Remember […]

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Does CTemplar work using the Tor Browser?

Yes, CTemplar is available using the Tor browser via this onion address: http://ctemplarpizuduxk3fkwrieizstx33kg5chlvrh37nz73pv5smsvl6ad.onion/ When you visit CTemplar using Tor browser, you will be automatically redirected to our onion address

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Do you have an Android app?

We have both Android & F-Droid apps! You can find it in the Play Store by clicking one of the buttons below: Our Android app is also open source, you can check the source here Some of the feature of our mobile apps include: Create a free CTemplar account Send / receive end-to-end encrypted emails Get […]

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Do you have an iOS app?

We do! It is available on the App Store.  Click below to get the CTemplar app on iOS Some of the feature of our mobile apps include: Create a free CTemplar account Send / receive end-to-end encrypted emails Get push notification of new emails Turn on / off security options: subject, contact and attachments encryption […]

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Do you have a desktop client?

Our Electron-based desktop client is available for Windows, Mac and Linux.  You can access it on our GitHub page by clicking the button below: Download On the page, select the asset depending on your OS configuration:

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Iceland and Dark Net Markets

In the past, the Icelandic government has cooperated with other countries’ law enforcement agencies (USA) when it comes to illegal darknet markets or illegal file sharing sites. CTemplar obeys Icelandic laws and we are not related to these criminal activities. Please take note that Iceland is not a safe hosting location for websites offering illegal services.

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When will CTemplar ban/suspend a user?

CTemplar will suspend users accounts under these conditions: Damage or interfere with the proper working of the Services Use our platform for anything related to child abuse Use our service to distribute spam, viruses, or for bulk emailing. Do anything that could suggest falsely a relationship between us and any other party, or otherwise adversely […]

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CTemplar and Free Speech

CTemplar Protects Free Speech We will always allow anyone to use our service regardless of political or religious views.  We protect everyone even if you have extreme views. We created this email service with the desire to give our users the maximum amount of free speech.  If we lose 99% of our users because ‘a political mob” […]

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