Glasgow (PRWEB UK) 7 November 2012
It started back in the 1930's as the first network that allowed people to send & receive electronic messages. While the Telex machine's clanked out messages so slowly, that one could prepare an entire lunch in the time the message took to arrive, they had some extreme benefits that the present e-mail system is seriously lacking.
Jimmy Crangle, CEO & Founder of eTelex says "I was one of the last ever Telex consultants in the UK in the 1990's, just before the industry was superseded by fax and later email. For years, I've wondered why email, always so unreliable and open to abuse, had not improved much since Telex disappeared. I felt strongly that something had to be done"
With eTelex, Jimmy has taken the fundamental principals and benefits from the traditional Telex system and incorporated into a modern-day encrypted message application, which is much more reliable than today's email systems.
"eTelex will offer the highest level of online security, delivery and assurance available today" Claims Jimmy. "eTelex is an easy to use application for businesses and individuals to send and receive secure emessages (emails) & documents, especially those which contain sensitive material."
With the old Telex network, Individuals were absolutely sure that their important messages were safe, there was no intercepting by anyone, and that the message actually got delivered!
Despite all the modern day technology, today's e-mail systems cannot boast such guarantees. It's full of holes, from spam to the possibility of being hacked or intercepted and even the potential for the recipient to claim that the message was not received.
eTelex users can easily deliver their encrypted messages, PDF's, images, files with the peace of mind in knowing that those messages will not be intercepted or hacked and that the recipient will absolutely receive them.
There are more benefits, though - along with the assurance of safety and privacy, the senders can easily see whether their message has been received and opened by the recipient, whether the recipient approves or not. Perhaps the greatest benefit of the eTelex app is that businesses and individuals can potentially, for the first time since the original Telex service was disbanded, send legally binding electronic messages (as well as documents and files). Messages and documents cannot be deleted, unless both parties agree!
Users can easily open a free eTelex account and your cell phone number becomes your eTelex ID. (e.g email@example.com). Just imagine, you no longer have to spell out your email address 5 times over the phone! Also, your friends and contacts already know your eTelex ID if they want to send you a message or document securely!
Another major benefit of eTelex is; no one can send you a message without your permission and they have to verify their cell phone number as proof of identity. That hopefully means goodbye to phishing and spam!
This allows businesses to easily send and receive contracts without having to wait for snail mail. Documents can be stored in a safe online vault. Jimmy ads "eTelex is very easy to use by simply dragging and dropping files in the recipients folder. Rather than creating, addressing and then sending an email, you simply open and save the message in the recipients folder and they get a notification. A big plus for me is, I'll no longer get those annoying requests saying 'I cant find that document you sent me, can you send it again?"
Jimmy claims that most business owners don't realize that their competitors can easily intercept their company & personal emails using a simple piece of sniffer software. Many business people Jimmy spoke to were convinced this had already happened to them.
eTelex will be a free app available in mid January 2013. Visit http://www.etelex.me for more information.
Jimmy is passionate about the prospects of eTelex's success. "eTelex is spam proof, phishing proof and your messages are 100% guaranteed to be delivered. Your privacy is also secured. Let's put an end to this email and spam nonsense once and for all"