Eboard Mail is a web based private messaging platform that is a more secure communication solution than current email systems. It eliminates spam, phishing and email hijacking by ensuring messages stay on the server of origin. Utilizing an approval based contact and messaging system as well a secure push notification system for messaging events keeps users’ communication safe and secure.
This is a change in the long standing paradigm of the current plethora of email solutions. To be clear this is not email. This is a private messaging system that gives you a familiar webmail like interface but builds into it the ability to only send and receive messages from approved contacts.
You can only send and receive mail from accepted contacts.
An accepted contact is a user who has either sent or received a contact request to or from you. You can view your contact requests in your Contacts folder.;
By clicking on the contact folder you can add contacts, view your contact list, sent requests and received requests. To add contacts you can either browse the contacts list or search for a contact. Select the contact you want to add as your contact and click on Add to contacts. A notification will then be sent to that user letting them know that you have sent them a request.
Go to your contact folder.To view your contact requests click on the button that has your username on it followed by the word contacts. You can then view your Contact, Sent Requests and Received Requests lists. Click on your Request list and click on the check box to accept the user as your contact or the red circle to block the contact.
Sending mail is done just like any webmail service you are used to. The only difference is that in the address or CC box you enter the Eboard address of the other user. The address consists of the username of the user followed by @eboard. For example if I want to send a message to the info user, I will enter info@eboard in the to box. If the user has a business account the user will have their username followed by @businessname. For example user@acme.
There are currently 3 types of SMS notifications that you can receive to your phone. The first welcomes you to Eboard after signup. The second tells you a contact request has been sent to you. The third tells you that a new message has been sent to you. We will never send you a notification that asks you to change your password.
We do not share or sell your personal information. The only people who will see your phone number and email address will be your accepted contacts.