Why DOES BLUEMAIL STORE MY ACCOUNT LOGIN on AWS-hosted service WITHOUT TELLING ME?
And why DOES IT KEEP USING THIS LOGIN, even AFTER the app has been UNINSTALLED?
My email messages are STORED/CACHED ON these AWS servers, OUTSIDE MY CONTROL. I can't even delete them. I can't tell BlueMail to flush out my login info. All I can do is change my password to stop them from using it.
I verified this and have the logs for it.
I created a new FastMail account and generated a special password for BlueMail. The FastMail activity log shows logins, tied to this unique password, from 3 different locations: my home IP, plus 2 OTHER IP ADDRESSES, both in a nearby Amazon AWS farm.
This is not acceptable, and BlueMail does not disclose this.
The worst thing is, BlueMail hosted service keeps logging into the email server , with my account login, even after the app is uninstalled! There is no way to remove my account login information from the rented servers.
This also means that my email messages are stored in their AWS-hosted servers, and if that gets compromised, so are my email messages. There is no way to delete these stored messages on demand.
I simply do not trust this model. There are just too many things they or anyone who get into their system can do with my email - scanning it for analytics data being the most innocent thing, to many other harmful things.