E-Mail has been around in some form since the inception of the internet in the late 1960's. The preceding decades have seen the advent and rise of internet based technologies to extents never imagined by anyone, yet, when it comes to communication over the vast and sprawling network of networks we call the internet, electronic mail remains king.
Shortly after the emergence of E-Mail, in 1973, researchers from several organizations attempted to standardize the methods used to send and receive messages. However, around this time, and continuing through the 1990's, the internet underwent many fundamental changes that culminated in new concepts that would forever change the face of communication. One key development was the invention of the Simple Mail Transfer Protocol or SMTP, used for sending messages across the internet to another person or to a group of people.
Over the decades since the genesis of the internet, sending a message from point A to point B not only has remained a paramount activity of internet usage, but also, has expanded to provide people with a searchable, sortable, and readily accessible centralized store of their past and present correspondence with friends, family, and business associates that underscores the pivotal role email plays in a person's life as well as any business.
As internet usage has risen, so too, have the dangers involved in using the internet and its services, such as electronic mail. Ender Technology employs the latest technology for securing not only an individuals, but also, an entire business's electronic communication infrastructure. Ender's support doesn't stop with protecting the content of messages against unwanted eyes, but continues as we strive to protect our clients from another electronic danger, spam. Spam has become such a problem that national governments, and even various judicial bodies have become involved in the fight. EnderTech draws from proven industry leading solutions, such as Apache's SpamAssassin to ensure a client's inbox is kept junk free.