Dmail Invents the Self-Destruct Button for Your Gmail Sent Email
When you think of junk mail, you may be thinking of worthless letters constantly being sent to your home address, but in reality Cyberspace is its own junkyard too. There are at least 14.5 billion spam emails being sent very day. That’s 45% of all emails!!!With these shady marketing ploys and identity theft at an all-time high, you’re probably hesitant to share any confidential information on the net at all. Fortunately for those who loathe making the dreaded phone call, a new type of email is taking storm over the internet.
It’s called Dmail, and in a nutshell it’s self-destructing email that the sender can revoke access to at any time. This service will send secure messages and disables the forward option so that you may only send to the intended receiver.
Get it now while it’s still in beta. Final note, this message will self-destruct in 30 seconds.
Source – Dmail