There are many ways to contact us, depending on what you want to talk about.

All mailing lists are in English unless specified otherwise.

Public mailing lists

These mailing lists are public: subscription is open to anyone. Don't send compromising information. Please respect the code of conduct.

amnesia-news is the mailing list where we send our news by email. It has a low traffic and it is the right place to stay up-to-date with the releases and security announcements.

Public archive of amnesia-news:

tails-dev is the mailing list where the project is coordinated: technical design questions, upcoming events, monthly reports, and user experience.

Public archive of tails-dev:

tails-testers is the mailing list for people who want to help test new releases or features.

Public archive of tails-testers:


Translators coordinate on the tails-l10n mailing list (l10n stands for localization). This is where important changes to translatable strings are announced. So, please subscribe to the list if you want to become a regular translator:
Public archive of tails-l10n:

Private email addresses


You can write encrypted emails to if you need help in private.

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If you are a journalist and want to write about Tails, or if you want to send us links to press articles about Tails, write to

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If you want to contact our accounting team, write to

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If you want to contact our fundraising team, write to

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To get in touch with the Tails Foundations Team, write to

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To talk about our infrastructure (servers, test suite, repositories, mirrors, etc.), write to

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To talk about the Tails translation platform, write to

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You can write to the Board at about sponsorship requests and governance issues.

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For matters that are listed in none of the above and for vulnerabilities disclosures, you can write encrypted emails to

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Chat rooms

You can join our users chat room and developers chat room. Only a few Tails developers hang out there, so email is preferred for anything that might be of interest for the larger community.