The history of the Internet as we know it goes back about 30 years. However, there is a technology that has a more respectable age. Year 2021 it's golden anniversary of electronic mail. First ever email was sent in 1971 by Ray Tomlinson , an engineer at the BBN company. The story goes that he did not create new software for these purposes, but managed to properly use several utilities for the ARPANet network, the precursor to the Internet. Electronic message was successfully transferred between neighboring computers. Legend has it that the message read as follows: "QWERTYUIOP". Also, noteworthy that Tomlinson first used '@' symbol in his early system. Internet technologies continue to evolve, but we are also taking advantage of inventions that were made 50 years ago. Happy golden anniversary, Email!
Today is a special day. This day is a small anniversary for us. On April 8, 2020, the Enteex project was officially launched. There is a strange fact that the launch of the project coincided with the start of the Covid-19 pandemic. However, work on the project started back in 2019. Of course, then no one could have imagined what changes awaited us in the near future. Over the past year, more than 20 updates have been installed on the website, which were related to adding new functions, improving usability, fixing bugs, improving security. The project continues to develop, and we have big plans for this year. We will inform about all innovations on the pages of this blog. Stay tuned. Enteex team Photo by Chris Lawton
April 1st is a good day to make servers updates and maintenance. If something goes wrong, you can turn it into a joke. Currently, all works has been completed successfully: application server has been updated and database server has been upgraded. Enteex was unavailable to users during maintenance work. Unfortunately, it took more time than planned. One of the reasons is related to issue with Stackoverflow.com website. As you know, this site has restricted the copying of information from its pages. It became a challenge for our engineers. But we did it anyway. Enteex team
There are many services that allow you to use temporary email addresses to keep your private identity. One way to hide your real email is to use email aliases that forward to your real inbox. Mozilla company, which has a strong focus on privacy on the Internet, recently introduced own solution called Firefox Relay . For the moment, this service allows you to create up to five email aliases. Attachments and emails no more than 150 KB are currently supported and will be forwarded to your real email address. To get started, you need to install the Firefox browser and get a Firefox account. Email aliases can be created using a browser plugin. You can manage and create aliases on your profile web page as well. Once generated alias can be applied in any web browser or service. Trying to comply with security requirements, this service blocks spam and malware. Although Firefox Relay is currently in beta stage, it can already be used properly. New features are planned. For example, the abil