Epostmarks has launched Postmarked Email, which combines the protection of the US Postal Service (Postal Service) with Goodmail’s CertifiedEmail platform.
The company claims that Postmarked Email safeguards email messages using United States Postal Service Electronic Postmark (USPS EPM) technology, an auditable time-and-date stamping service that verifies the authenticity of electronically transmitted documents and files.
According to Epostmarks, the combination of CertifiedEmail and EPM provides legally compliant email messaging, and is protected by the Postal Service, the US government agency. The business benefits also include cost savings, improved green score cards, and increased consumer trust in online communications.
Epostmarks said that the Postmarked Email appears with CertifiedEmail’s Blue Ribbon icon in a user’s email inbox, and allows protected email to display Postal Service eagle logo, enabling users to identify Postal Service protected email.
Postmarked Email eliminates fraud by sending a cryptographically secure token that ensures the authenticity of a message. And, the protection of the Postal Service adds trust enabling a safe, secure method for digital communications, the company said.
Jason Curtis, CEO of Epostmarks, said: Postmarked Email lets you send email with all the confidence of paper mail. By combining the legal strength and enforcement of the US Postal Service with Goodmail’s CertifiedEmail platform, a new benchmark for trust has been established in email.
Peter Horan, CEO of Goodmail Systems, said: Consumer concerns around trust and privacy have slowed adoption of email as the primary way that businesses speak to their customers. But with EPM technology, Postmarked Email solves these challenges, offering a comprehensive approach to security and trust that will allow businesses to reduce their cost of communications while also strengthening their relationship with their consumers.