Don’t just take our word for it. These companies validate our need, implementation, and business model
“Email addresses are a hot commodity, and with good reason. Most people have only one or two email addresses, yet they have dozens, if not hundreds, of online accounts connected to them. Your email address is a unique identifier — after all, you’re the only one with it. And that means a good deal of data is associated with it, making your email address a desirable target.“
The recent release of Firefox Relay confirms our concern of sharing your single email address with multiple services and people. Relay has also confirmed the approach of having infinite unique addresses to combat this problem.
Conversely Enveloperty’s bespoke addresses are normal, allowing them to be suitable for businesses.
“Microsoft is working on adding support to the Outlook on the web browser-based client for sending emails via alias email addresses (also known as aliases or proxy addresses).“
Outlook adding aliases to their system shows that even the largest business email provider acknowledges the flaws of the singular address architecture.
Aliases are not a solution, but their implementation shows that Outlook is looking for a solution. One Enveloperty provides.
“It feels great to get an email from someone you care about. Or a newsletter you enjoy. Or an update from a service you like. That’s how email used to feel all the time.
But things changed.
You started getting stuff you didn’t want from people you didn’t know. You lost control over who could reach you. An avalanche of automated emails cluttered everything up.”
Hey email draws attention to the architectural problems of email, and is firm in its declaration that email is worth investing in. Hey introduces a feature that Enveloperty has of whitelisting senders. You must be added to the ok list, rather than simply avoid being put on the spam list.
Unfortunately, these filters still rely on the sender’s address. Phishers utilize automated email services to have infinite addresses–congesting these measures and making them vulnerable. Enveloperty has no filters.
“Superhuman is gorgeous. Blazingly fast. And comes with advanced features that make you feel superhuman“
Superhuman shows that email can be a sexy brand to one’s business image. This is vital to fixing email. Money loves going to what is new, cool and sexy. Not boring utilities–which is the image email has had for decades.
Enveloperty is commited to brand and style. As well as incorporating flagging malicious messages for busy users.
1Password is one of the original security services–true pioneers. 1Password has successfully popularized the need for compartmentalization–that unique login credentials are necessary and valuable. 1Password’s enterprise success validates Enveloperty’s price point.
If you are willing to pay this for unique passwords, surely the same is worth unique login, bespoke addresses, and phishing protection.
Guerrilla Mail shows the ongoing need for disposable addresses and low cost structure–showing how much garbage the maneuverability of unique addresses prevents you from having to endure. This valuable service doesn’t cost an arm and a leg as its value might dictate. The tech to disposable addresses is actually quite light.
Meaning a commercial business-facing mode can be economical and valuable.