Cock.li is your go-to solution for professional E-mail and XMPP addresses. Since 2013 cock.li has provided stable E-mail services to an ever-increasing number of users. Cock.li allows registration and usage using Tor and other privacy services (proxies, VPNs) and is run by "some dude", not a business. I use this E-mail service personally so I have a vested interest in keeping it up, stable, and secure.
Cock.li is owned and operated by <>. Anyone else claiming to be staff is lying and if you believe them you deserve anything that happens to you. I can be reached via E-mail or by phone at (+1 66-COCKMAN-6). This phone number reaches my cell phone and will wake me up, so please only call after 12AM UTC if the server is down.
Goal: $-599.31 ($106.38 - $705.69 surplus)
Goal: $-658.25 ($106.38 - $764.63 surplus)
Donations are calculated such that any surplus or deficit is carried to the next month. This ensures that cock.li operates not-for-profit. You can read more details and financial reports on the Donate page.
It is my intention to operate cock.li as transparent as possible. To accomplish this I publish all communication I have with law enforcement including or regarding a demand or order for user information. All of this information is published on the transparency page.
You can't. Cock.li doesn't parse your E-mail to provide you with targeted ads, nor do I read E-mail contents unless it's for a legal court order. However, it is 100% possible for me to read E-mail, and IMAP/SMTP doesn't provide user-side/client-side encryption, so you're just going to have to take my word for it. Any encryption implementation would still technically allow me to read E-mail, too. This was true for Lavabit as well -- while your E-mail was stored encrypted (only if you were a paid member, which most people forget), E-mail could still technically be intercepted while being received / sent (SMTP), or while being read by your mail client (IMAP). For privacy, I would recommend encrypting your E-mails using using a mail client add-on like .
Also, there's this quote from /g/:
Administering a mail host is sort of like being a nurse; there's a brief period at the start when the thought of seeing people's privates might be vaguely titillating in a theoretical sense, but that sort of thing doesn't last long when it's up against the daily reality of shit, piss, blood, and vomit.
Now that I think about it, administering a mail host is exactly like being a nurse, only people die slightly less often.