Having said this, there are situations, when ordinary email providers reach a limit, especially when confidential documents, private photos, or tax files shall be sent: In such situations secure mail providers should better be used: Only they can ensure that messages are fully protected against hacks, leaks or any other unauthorized interference.
Opolis Secure Mail (http://www.opolis.eu)
The unique Opolis security concept also allows every sender to forbid any forwarding, copying or printing of a message. Further, the sender can monitor and track all sent messages: Hence, if forwarding were allowed, then the sender will see when and to whom a message was forwarded and how it was further processed.
Also all attachments to Opolis messages are fully encrypted. And, a sender may – for example decide – that a photo attachment may not be forwarded or printed: Then it can only be seen by the authorized recipient, and nobody else will have access to it. Photo fraught can be eliminated that way.
Opolis was launched to provide a fully integrated high-security email and messaging service solution. For a user, Opolis seems to function like any other free webmail, such as Hotmail, Gmail or Yahoo. However, Opolis combines all security features and the entire encryption process user-friendly in a single service. And, Opolis operates from any host PC all over the world.
The free service merely requires that both, the sender and the recipient are Opolis users. The registration process takes approximately 5 minutes.
Opolis Secure Mail is dedicated to provide for free the most user-friendly high-security Email and document messaging service. The Opolis website is http://www.opolis.eu. Opolis also offers co-branded solutions for internet and Email communication as well as document messaging. Opolis has been developed since 2005, whereby numerous security technologies were combined in one single service.
"Opolis is a response to growing concerns in regards to Email security: First, sending an ordinary Email is no more secure than sending a postcard. And then, the sender of an ordinary Email never really knows what the recipient has actually done with it or whether the message was even misused", he says. - Mr Forstner, a veteran telecoms entrepreneur, should know: When floating his telecoms company Cybertron in 1997, he saw confidential Emails ending up with individuals who should never have received them.
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