What is Spam?
The term 'spam' as applied to email has
come to mean:
- Email which has not been
explicitly requested by the recipient.
- Is not specifically directed to the person (or rôle) behind the
address, but to a 'target' (i.e. the sender cannot provide a valid reason,
acceptable to an independent party, as to why that email was sent to that
- (as a consequence of 2) may be sent in bulk,
i.e. to more than one recipient.
Fast, Flexible and Secure
Over the years people have come to rely heavily on emails. Today
people want to know that when they send an email that it has arrived at its
destination within minutes if not seconds. Likewise they want to know if
an email hasn't actually been received. Unfortunately not everyone can
boast of such a fast and responsive email system with a full virus guard. At SNMail we are proud
to inform you that our email system recognises these issues and ensure that
emails are delivered directly to the recipient in the shortest time period
possible. Additionally it informs you within seconds about incorrect email
addresses, minutes about recipient server problems. Many people find the flexibility of a
web mail account, such as
Hotmail and Yahoo! Mail, convenient. Whilst others prefer the easy steadfast access of email based on a
PC, and its quick download times. At SNMail we recognise this and offer
both facilities available in separate or in the same account.
Along side the requirements for speed and flexibility users today
expect and assume that email systems are also secure. We
ensure that all email boxes are encrypted, our web mail facilities
use 128-Bit security and our servers regularly inspected and
upgraded to ensure full security at all times.