BSNL becomes first company in world to offer protection of E-mail from hackers

BSNL becomes first company in world to offer protection of E-mail from hackers

New Delhi: The Public sector enterprises, Bharat Sanchar Nigam limited (BSNL) has become the first telecom company in the world to offer protection of E-mail from hackers and accidental delete of emails.

According to an announcement made by the company, BSNL will offer xgenplus email secure folder in email account to hosted corporate and broadband customers. Initially this will be offered to corporate hosted customers and later this service will be available to all BSNL broadband customers.

Its an important step towards solving the customers pain for managing their emails. Today, because of the limitation of the mailbox size, users go through their emails and delete unwanted emails. While deleting those emails, users delete their important emails too.

Anil Jain, CGM, NCNGN said "Now every email customer of BSNL is protected with accidental deletion of emails. Customers can recover deleted emails within next 7 days from the date of deleting the email.

Customer can login into their webmail, go to search and select "Archive of Deleted Emails" and search desired emails to be restored back. There is no size restriction to recover any deleted email." Director BSNL, NK Mehta shared that "customers can provide forever protection to their very important emails by simply moving to the SECURE folder giving them security from accidently deletion and hackers, as secure folder is also protected with one additional password."

Anupam Shrivastava, Chairman and Managing Director BSNL said that "this important facility which gives peace of mind to our email customer is available in just Rs. 200 per year. This is available to all broadband and hosted customers. On purchase, user also doubles his storage capacity usable in SECURE folder." 

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