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Private/Secure Email is Critical Today
With Government Lawsuits breaking up Big Tech and the Censorship going on, how long do you think your ‘free’ email accounts will survive?
How many are using a 'gmail' account as their ID/Contact for a digital currency account? Do you know that places like Canada can freeze your account if they have access to your email?
Your Privacy and Identity are in jeopardy. When you use a 'public' email service (like gmail, yahoo, aol, etc.) you are surrendering ALL your access and privacy rights! Did you know that? With a private email server/address YOU control that content. YOU can have almost unlimited named addresses @YourDomain for a low and simple fee. Simple and low cost and IT IS YOURS!
What is an email address? Sure, we know it's functional use; an internet addressing scheme that identifies a name and mailbox destination of the person/group to whom you wish to communicate or have received a communication from.
When you receive a LinkedIn request or check out the contact information to check the company or other information, what email address do you see in that person's profile? Why does it matter and why is it SO important?
I will often look at a senders return email address to determine the domain validity and source of the communication. I do receive hundreds of emails each day and have my various company servers configured to reject all but specific addresses. I receive communications from new services, friends, family and above all, business associates and clients. Those are naturally sorted into appropriate categories/folders for review; either later or immediately.
Some of my friends and family are not associated with corporate entities. My daughter, for instance, is a full time Mom and has her hands full with seven kids! She continues to use the old AOL email system as do many others. Other friends and family use Yahoo, Gmail, Hotmail and other 'free' services. While I encourage them to use more secure and private email, few really bother to do so. I have explained that ALL their emails are read/inspected for content and possible marketing use. When you use a 'public' email service you are surrendering ALL your access and privacy rights! Did you know that? With a private email server/address YOU control that content. YOU can have almost unlimited named addresses @YourDomain for a low and simple fee. It costs about $10.00/year to license/register a personal Domain Address and about $50.00/year to have unlimited email. Want a web site, you can add that too with just the setup fee or do it yourself if you have web HTML skills.
Then there are the business queries I constantly receive. I also receive a good number of 'Link Requests' on LinkedIn and other business/professional sites I frequent. If the communication passes my spam filters with direct correspondence to one of my 20+ active email servers, I do a quick review if the sender is unfamiliar. One of the first things I do is examine the sender's domain address. If it appears valid, then I might read further and allow the full HTML message to be displayed (my email client has some nice security features).
When I see the sender's domain as one of the 'free email servers' the message is immediately suspect. My email client filters all known friends and family into appropriate destination folders so they don't get mixed up in the other 'stuff'. I know that the sender is not aligned with a real company/organization but is most likely spam under the covers. They usually get sorted directly into the Junk folder.
Similar mental screening goes into any LinkedIn request. If the person is unfamiliar (I allow all contact requests), I'll check the company information, examine the email address and other profile content before accepting a request. Unfortunately I see way too many 'free service' email addresses and that basically tells me that the person is not professionally aligned. Often unfortunate as this may be a simple naïve oversight on behalf of the individual; lack of understanding of how business validation occurs.
Why do so many people NOT have their own business domain email domain? Why doesn't everyone have a personal email domain? If you are in business, there is no reason NOT to have a private business domain. Separate business email orders, employee email and more. Even a personal email domain is within almost everyone's budget; and you can use it for your whole family!
For professional job seekers, it is even more important to have that 'professional' appearance with a personal/business domain email. It is cheap, easy and takes little time. Utilizing a private email client (low cost) allows for control, sortation and categorization of email that will be stored securely on your own domain email server.
Why doesn't everyone have their own domain? It IS after all the predominate way people use to contact, identify and communicate in this 21st Century.
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