ESeYWe9 January 12, 2021 (edited January 12, 2021) Link Parent Actually, both of those services allow you to encrypt forwarded messages that are sent to your main e-mail inbox. However, it is worth noting that encryption for forwarded messages (from your... I think services like AnonAddy or SimpleLogin fall into this category. I had considered them, but I didn't want to rely on—and trust—another third party service for my emails, also because they can read them. Actually, both of those services allow you to encrypt forwarded messages that are sent to your main e-mail inbox. However, it is worth noting that encryption for forwarded messages (from your alias e-mail inbox to your main non-alias e-mail inbox) for SimpleLogin is a paid feature, whereas for AnonAddy, it is a free feature, if I am not mistaken. Both services do not encrypt forwarded messages by default for free plans. Under AnonAddy FAQ: https://anonaddy.com/faq/ How do I add my own GPG/OpenPGP key for encryption? On the recipients page you simply need to click "Add public key" and paste in your public key data. Now all emails forwarded to you will be encrypted with your key. You should also replace the subject line of forwarded messages in your account settings as this cannot be encrypted. Now, again like I said before, for SimpleLogin, if I'm not mistaken, encrypted forwarded e-mail messages are a paid feature: https://simplelogin.io/pricing/ Under the $30 per year or $3 per month pricing column: PGP Encryption Caveat: I do not know if SimpleLogin's encrypted forwarded messages feature is default in its paid features (just clicking a few buttons) or whether you have to do some extra work in importing the encryption keys.