|Daniel van Rooijen wrote:|
Personally, I think Google has no right to limit the user's choice of email client this way. If they want to offer an email service on the internet, they must remain compliant with the relevant internet protocols like pop3 and imap. If those are not good enough for them, they can start their own network with their own rules.
I agree with you!
In the last few months, Google was send me dozens of emails to warn that my "app" was not secure (The Bat!). I was blocked from accessing almost every week and they forced me to log in website to unlock my accounts. All this is shameful because, IMO, The Bat is the safest app that exists.
Google must stop throwing the law on everything!
I have long been fed up with all of Google's stuff, its advertising and privacy policies and the way it spy us.
Not to mention reCaptcha 3 that never works and makes me lose 10 minutes before accessing any site, making me choose traffic lights, hydrants, bridges, etc. that for him they are never right (I would petition to abolish it, since there are other Captcha systems of third parties that are more practical and safe).
Please, forgive me for my outburst.
Anyway, I hope Ritlab updates The Bat soon, but in any case this was the starting point for transferring and replace my Gmail accounts to other more secure providers. I'm looking around.