Letter secures emails and also the infrastructure from cyberattacks
An Indian Institute of Technology (IIT) Guwahati student has launched a one-of-a-kind email provider for start-ups.
A Made in India initiative, Letter offers affordable customised email hosting services that meet global standards in security, usability and optimised email deliverability. It secures data and makes the host unable to read any emails unless without a password.
Currently pursuing his PhD from IIT Guwahati, founder Sunit Nandi wants to offer Letter as a well-thought-out product offering businesses uncompromised data privacy.
Major email providers not only mine user data but also use this data to display ads or sell to third parties. But Letter adds an additional encryption layer over and above email encryption that not only secures emails but also the infrastructure from cyberattacks.
“I have often suffered because of to the lack of business email solutions that properly implement the basics such as email deliverability, contact sync, calendars, search, etc. and also respect user privacy and right to their data,” Nandi said.
Nandi self-hosted his own work emails for several years before finally launching Letter. “I was so frustrated with the state of email hosting that I self-hosted my own work emails for several years, and spent countless days improving the security and optimising email deliverability. Finally, the product was completely finished and I decided to launch Letter,” he said.
Letter offers annual plans starting at as low as Rs 1,320. It comes with 4GB storage, Bitwarden password manager and up to 4 custom/own domain mailboxes. Other plans have an offering of up to 50GB storage on private cloud that increases privacy and data security. Check out more details by clicking here.
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