No, the “communication email” is the same as the AxCrypt ID. It’s that email that we verify to be correct by sending a verification code to as well.
Our point of view is that an email is simply not a secret (every spammer on the planet knows it), nor should it be a secret that a given person (like myself) is using AxCrypt.
The source code, the algorithms, even the encrypted files – nothing of this should need be kept secret.
The *only* thing that should and must be kept secret is the password.