dmail was today (7 September) launched onto the electronic communications market as an alternative to email. It is digital mail which is the next evolutionary step for electronic communication, effectively eradicating the inherent spam, virus, security, privacy, speed and storage problems which have developed with email.
dmail is server-based, operates with a back-end SQL database, supports html text only and does not have an interface with email. In fact, it is a completely closed system which can be accessed from anywhere in the world on any web-enabled PC, handheld or mobile device. It is a safe and secure platform which can not be penetrated by unwanted visitors or observers.
Digital mail provides an exceptionally fast medium for accessing and exchanging large files such as music, images and film, with huge capacity. For starters, each dmail address will have one gigabyte of space.
Initially, dmail is offering three products, all of which can be used globally: Wide World is a single user; One World is a closed group package, ideal for friends or family groups, and Corporate World, which is aimed at the larger enterprise-wide or world-wide corporate communications. Prices depend upon the number of users but are typically £15 per year for a single user and £75 per year for a group of 25 dmail addresses.
The market for digital mail is at an early evolutionary stage, with only a very few service providers currently entering. dmail joins Google’s gmail, which is now being beta tested ready for launch later this year or early next. Google does not intend to charge but it will be scanning all messages to target users with advertising and useful links.
dmail has been developed by Dorset inventor, Peter Jackson. It originates from the oil and gas industry: “We had created a global supply network in the industry which needed a secure messaging system which was instantaneous and able to transfer large files rapidly. I developed what is now called dmail to satisfy those requirements.
“Email has now reached a turning point in its short history. People both at work and at home are sick and tired of spam and viruses, and seriously concerned about security and the increasing prevalence of criminal activity on the Internet, especially targeting children. The emergence of digital mail is in effect a response to all those concerns.
“MSN and Yahoo are viewing digital mail as a significant threat and have already reacted by increasing the storage size available on their email accounts, but this only addresses one benefit of digital mail – the real battle is yet to come.”
dmail can be viewed at www.mydmail.com.
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Notes to editors:
· dmail is a trade mark of Dmail Limited.
· Dmail Limited has a Patent Pending in the UK and EU for the process of digital mail.
· The dmail website is at www.mydmail.com, and includes an electronic pressroom, which can be accessed directly at www.pressrooms.net/dmail.
· Journalists are being offered a free dmail address to try out the service and see how it works.
For further information, please contact Michael Hardware, Chelgate Limited, on 020 7939 7989 or 07775 925 274 (mobile) or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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