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MobilityEmail: Secure, Mobile E-Mail Bows For Shared PCs
"The new service, called MobilityEmail.net, uses a memory stick. No browser is used in accessing the e-mail service, so no information related to the user is left on the computer."
InformationWeek - Read the article...
"In today's podcast, we (...) detail an email client and service that can be stored on and accessed from a USB memory stick." News Podcast, Tom Smith for InformationWeek - Listen to the Podcast...
Spam Filtering: Getting the Upper Hand on Your E-mail
"I checked out my own e-mail load. I used to run my own mail server, and in those days it was handling about 2,500 messages per day, but most were spam. I assume the spam is still at a similar level but now I use Everyone.net to host my e-mail services so I only see around 200 to 300 messages per day (a total lightweight, I know, but then, I'm not a highly paid corporate type with ulcers)."
NetworkWorld - Read
Push Email for the Palm Treo that Everyone Can
Everyone.net receives Computer Shopper's editor rating of 7.0 for
solution: "Easy, affordable push e-mail for the Treo"
Computer Shopper - Read the article...
Everyone.net Business Mail (www.everyone.net) offers an email solution for Treo users who want to sync emails while on the road. Instant Push Email (www.emailtreo.com) pushes email messages to the Treo as soon as they arrive and then alerts the user with a customizable notification. Users receive an @emailtreo.com address and can continue working on the Treo as the push technology downloads emails in the background. The service contains spam and virus protection, and syncs emails, folders, and email rules between the user’s laptop, desktop, Web mail, and Treo. Instant Push Email costs $19.99 per year, and a free trial is available.
PC Today - Read
Everyone.net is an email service provider that has a new push email service for
smartphones such as the Treo 600 and 650. Although the Treo 650 has been
around for more than a year, you can now get push email using ChatterEmail,
Everyone.net's third-party program. ChatterEmail lets you get push-email from
any account that supports IMAP (...). Best of all, ChatterEmail runs in the background; it doesn't have to
wake up your phone, turn on the display, and check your email with a
foreground application. Instead, the program can check your email while your
phone is on but "asleep," or even while you're looking at your calendar.
PC Today - Read
the article (PDF)...
"Everyone.net's ChatterEmail client is an inexpensive alternative for small business or individuals (...)"
Forbes.com - Read
"Meanwhile, users of (...) Palm's Treo device now also have access
to push e-mail services. Everyone.net announced EmailTreo this week.
EmailTreo is a service that gives Treo users instant access to their
e-mail and lets them remain continuously synchronized with their Web
mail and Outlook e-mail clients. (...) Designed for individuals and
small businesses, Everyone.net says an EmailTreo account can be set
up in as little as a minute's time, without software plug-ins.
An EmailTreo account is configured directly from the Treo handset
and is provided free for six months, and for $1.75 per month thereafter."
Internetnews.com - Read
"Everyone can chatter while they... e-mail on their Treos. This week, Everyone.net Inc. in San
Jose is launching a push e-mail service for Palm Treo users via
a $39 ChatterEmail client. (...) The new service lets Treo users
receive calls while ChatterEmail is grabbing their messages in the
Computerworld - Read
"Everyone.net (...) has introduced EmailTreo, a push email
solution for the Treo. The solution is being offered in conjunction
with ChatterEmail and enables users to get email instantly on their
EmailTreo also lets users remain continuously synchronized with
their Web mail and desktop applications including Outlook and Thunderbird."
IT News Online - Read
"If you're like me, you want to buy a Palm Treo device and
get all your e-mail pushed to you wirelessly, but the pencil-pushers
at the company balk at the high monthly cost (they tell you something
about how you don't produce revenue or something crazy like that).
The folks at Everyone.net may soon offer you a solution. The hosted
e-mail services provider has launched EmailTreo, a push e-mail service
that lets users get e-mail instantly on their Treo, 'and remain
continuously synchronized with their Web mail and desktop applications,
including Outlook and Thunderbird.'"
NetworkWorld - Read
Mobile Push E-mail Solution
"Dying for true push e-mail on your Treo? Get the ChatterEmail
client from Everyone.net. Now you'll never feel CrackBerry cravings."
MobileMagazine - Read
the article... (PDF
ISPCON: Notes from the Show Floor - Read
Alex Goldman's note about Mobile e-mail...
E-mail fingerprinting attacks bounce storms
"Everyone.net is trying to head off one type of spam with an
encryption technology designed to create a unique signature for each
outbound e-mail message."
InfoWorld - Read
PCWorld - Read
the expanded article...
Stopping Spam & Viruses
Josh Mailman of Everyone.net gives radio listeners advice on stopping
spam and email viruses.
WebTalkGuys - Listen
now... (Requires Windows Media Player)
A Simple Business Opportunity
"Clean, reliable, useful e-mail will sell, as the experience of UK
Web veteran Easyspace proves in its new Easypost offering, powered
by Everyone.net. Full service e-mail is especially valuable to less-savvy
ISP-Planet - Read
Vanity Plates Hit Web
"Colleges are giving away e-mail addresses like beer at a frat party
these days — and not just to students and faculty, but to alumni and
sports fans, too. And with college bowl season revving up, sports
fans can 'carry school spirit to a new level.'"
Wall Street Journal - Read
the article (Requires registration)...
college's team now...
Get email @gopack.com, @ohiostatebuckeyes.com and more!
Outsourced E-Mail for Everyone
Outsourced E-Mail for Everyone. "Everyone.net is a lot more than basic
"...Overall, this adds up to an impressive set of features..."
ISP-Planet - Read
Critics pan Microsoft's antispam recipe
"'We continually have to improve what we are doing on our side [to
fight spam],' said Josh Mailman, vice president of marketing for
CNET News.com - Read