The architecture of the system has been designed so that it's not possible for Helm to access your emails. Email senders now support sending emails over an encrypted SSL/TLS channel where the email is only decrypted once it reaches your personal email server. Helm is not able to decode these emails because we don't have access to the encryption key. In the limited situations where the sender's email server doesn't send the email to you over SSL/TLS, Helm does not log or store these messages and therefore we are still not able to access them.
Articles in this section
- How does Helm work?
- Does Helm have access to my emails?
- Does the Helm Personal Server work with my current email address?
- Can I use a domain I already own with the Helm Personal Server?
- Do all users need to be nearby to use Helm?
- Does the Helm Personal Server support hosting a website?
- Does the Helm Personal Server support webmail?
- What happens to my email if my power or Internet service goes out?
- What happens if my Helm is lost or stolen?
- Can I use Helm without a smartphone?