Tiny Linux box based on Allwinner A13 that lets you send and receive encrypted emails to/from anybody, using a new or existing email address (even gmail, hotmail....)
depends on how they do it I suppose. If they treat it like firmware that downloads a new image and installs it then dist-upgrade wouldn't be an issue
Raw gmail, great in many ways, can baffle an elderly person who just needs/wants to read and write a few emails.
I ACK that the required non standard mail server will bother some people. But for my use case it is OK fine.
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