ECSMail for Android
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Rating: 3.9 (23) Cost: Free Downloads: 5,000 - 10,000
Have you ever wanted to
* Prevent unauthorized third parties, such as mail providers, from intercepting and reading your e-mail?
* Stop mail address "spoofing" and identity theft?
* Change an e-mail message after you had sent it?
* Reduce mail storage requirements for yourself and your mail recipients?
* Improve the overall operating efficiency of the Internet when sending large mail distribution lists?
Now you can, with ECSMail for Android, the first Android-based mail client that enables you, the user, to retain control of your e-mail. Download ECSMail for Android today and enjoy the benefits of 21st century e-mail technology.
Based on the popular K-9 Mail client, ECSMail for Android joins the ECS extensions for Mozilla Thunderbird and Microsoft Outlook as the latest mail client from ChiaraMail to incorporate the revolutionary Envelope-Content Splitting (ECS) technology that solves a number of problems that traditional mail protocols simply were not designed to deal with, including maintaining end-to-end privacy of your mail, efficient bandwidth usage when sending to large distribution lists, prevention of mail address "spoofing", while also providing you, the user, with the unprecedented ability to change your e-mail after you had sent it.
For help with configuring or using ECSMail, see http://www.chiaramail.com/ecsmail_help.html.
The content server is currently configured to allow users to change their e-mail messages at any time, even after the recipients have viewed them, but can be set to disallow changes after the first recipient has viewed the message. Try ECSMail for Android and let us know which option you prefer.
Please note: the promotional video shows how dynamic content works on Mozilla Thunderbird, a desktop mail client, but the principal is exactly the same for mobile devices. Also, localization for dynamic content-specific text is currently restricted to English. Let us know if you'd like to help out with localizations!
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