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We offer premium email as opposed to advertisement-supported free email or free web mail. Our E-mailing servers provide a secure layer for your E-mail. Having encrypted E-mails is a must for businesses and users important information.
Email privacy is the broad topic dealing with issues of unauthorised access and inspection of electronic mail. This unauthorised access can happen while an email is in transit, as well as when it is stored on email servers or on a user computer.
What is Encryption
Simply put, encryption creates secure email by scrambling the data so only someone with the right password and authentication can decrypt the message. This process of encryption and decryption takes place without users ever knowing.
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One of the main benefits of using our premium email servers is that you will always have access to your emails. Any time you cannot access your emails is potential loss of business. Our team is always available to help you with any requests or problems you may have.
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Some useful lingo for you :
An attachment is a file (such as an image, a word processing document or an mp3 file perhaps) that is sent along with an email message.
Bcc (Blind Carbon Copy)
A Bcc, short for “blind carbon copy”, is a copy of an e-mail message sent to a recipient whose e-mail address does not appear (as a recipient) in the message.
A Blacklist collects known sources of spam. E-mail traffic can then be filtered against a blacklist to remove spam from these sources.
A Cc, short for “carbon copy”, is a copy of an e-mail message sent to a recipient whose e-mail address appears in the message’s Cc header field.
An e-mail address is a name for an electronic postbox that can receive (and send) email messages on a network (such as the internet or a local network not connected to the wider internet).
The e-mail body is the main part of an e-mail message that contains the message’s text, images and other data (such as attached files).
An e-mail client is a program (on a computer or mobile device, for example) used to read and send electronic messages.
E-mail header lines make up the first part of any email message. They contain information used to control the message and its transmission as well as meta-data such as the subject, origin and destination e-mail addresses and more.
An e-mail server is a program running at Internet Service Providers and large sites used to transport mail. Users normally do not interact with email servers directly: e-mail is submitted with an e-mail client to an e-mail server, which delivers it to the recipient’s e-mail client.
The “From:” header field, in an e-mail, contains the message’s author. It must list the e-mail address, and one can add a name as well.
Mailto is an HTML tag that allows visitors to a site to click on a link that creates a new message in their default e-mail program. It is possible to set not only a default e-mail recipient but also default subject and message body content.
Phishing is a fraudulent practice in which private data is captured on websites or through an email designed to look like a trusted third party. Typically, phishing (from “password fishing”) scams involve an e-mail alerting the user to a problem with their bank or another account.
Spam is unsolicited e-mail. Not all unsolicited e-mail is spam, however. Most spam is sent in bulk to a large number of e-mail addresses and advertises some product or—considerably less often—political viewpoint.
The “Subject” of an e-mail message should be a short summary of its contents. E-mail programs usually display it in a mailbox display together with the sender.
The To: line of an e-mail contains its primary recipient or recipients. All recipients in the To: line are visible to all other recipients.
Web-based e-mail provides email accounts that are accessed through a web browser. The interface is implemented as a website that provides access to the various functions like reading, sending or organising messages.