ePostal Patent Issued
USPTO Issues 2nd Patent for ePostal® Email Encryption, Security, and Tracking
February 11, 2010 10:18 AM Eastern Time
STAMFORD, Conn.--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--ePostal Services, Inc. announced the U.S. Patent Office
has approved and issued ePostal's second patent, U.S. Patent 7,627,640, for its email encryption, security, tracking,
and differentiation technology.Its website is www.ePostalServices.com.
"ePostal Services is the best, easiest, and least expensive way to keep your email private, secure, tracked, and
differentiated," said Jon Gardner, President, ePostal Services, Inc.
The first patent, U.S. Patent 7,502,828, was issued March 10, 2009.The two patents establish its rights in the ePS®
Technology on which its ePostal® System is based.Both patents are also filed in the European Union, Japan, China,
Russia, India, Canada, Mexico, and Brazil.With the U.S., these countries comprise 80% of the world's GDP.
The ePostal System is a two-way-encrypted and secure premium Internet email service designed to give users a
better, easier, and less expensive alternative to other privacy-security email solutions and to hard-copy express
"ePostaloffers an unequalled 'best' set of privacy, security, tracking, and differentiation features," Gardner stated."For
example, in privacy:
1)ePS is two-way encrypted and secure, not one-way.Recipients can reply using the same ePS privacy and security.
2)It is truly email-application-based and works seamlessly with sender and recipient regular email setups.Users do
not need to leave their email application, or visit other sites for messages and attachments.
3)ePostaldoes all the encryption key management.Users do not need to know about, obtain, or exchange encryption
4)ePS encryption keys are used only one time – unlike older public-private key systems.And, one encrypted email
can be sent to multiple recipients.
5)Encryption and decryption in sending and receiving is very easy.No technical expertise is neede