(PRWEB) October 24, 2003
Titan Key Software Creates the First Technology that Stops Spam before it’s Sent
Honolulu, HI (PRWEB) October 24 2003- Titan Key Software announces the Titan KeyMail address, the world’s first lockable e-mail technology that eliminates spam (or unwanted e-mail) before it is ever transmitted by the sender.
The Titan KeyMail address allows users to take control of their e-mail privacy for the first time by empowering them to create the policies for how their e-mail address can and cannot be used; if any sender attempts to violate those policies, the Titan KeyMail Server will prevent their e-mail from ever being sent.
All of today’s efforts to control spam are reactive in that they begin to work after the spam has been received, says Peter Kay, CEO of Titan Key Software. Thats why the Titan Key solution is truly a paradigm shift for managing Internet e-mail. Users no longer have to review and delete unwanted e-mail
Titan Key stops spam before its sent.
Titan KeyMail Server acts as shield to internet service provider (ISP) servers, and to its users who opt for Titan KeyMail protection, because when the KeyMail server does not recognize a sender for a given KeyMail address, it responds to the senders e-mail server with a no such user error message.
This indicates to the senders e-mail server that the address is not valid, so the connection is severed, and no e-mail is ever transmitted.
To senders, a KeyMail address is indistinguishable in appearance from a normal e-mail address. Yet unlike typical Internet e-mail, KeyMail addresses are not a tradable commodity; they can be defined by the user to work for a legitimate sender and no one else. During KeyMail address set-up, users can easily add contacts, sent items and any other e-mail folders from their e-mail programs to build or update their KeyMail buddy lists. Titan KeyMail Server also takes every e-mail the user sends and copies the destination e-mail address into their buddy list; therefore, very little maintenance is required.
Several internet service providers (ISPs), including SNiP Internet and Telecommunications, are currently beta testing Titan KeyMail Server, which is slated for broad availability in late September 2003.
Titan KeyMail Server is the first system I have ever seen that incorporates a complete, holistic approach to user-managed e-mail, said J.D. Thomas of SNiP. Weve been looking for a cutting edge solution that goes a step beyond the challenge-response system, and the Titan KeyMail address lets users subscribe to newsletters and the like without compromising privacy.
For ISPs, whose customers are demanding aggressive anti-spam solutions without sacrificing legitimate e-mail, the proliferation of spam is a growing concern to their business models. With Titan KeyMail Server, ISPs benefit from: