701 Lee Road, Suite 300
Chesterbrook, PA 19087
November 25, 2016
• New improved design, optimized for all display sizes and devices
• Go ahead and share photos, videos and documents with friends - also with PIN protection
Chesterbrook, November 25, 2016.
mail.com has now revamped its File Storage Cloud. The operation was entirely restructured and is now optimized for all display sizes. Now users can save, call up and share photos, music and documents even more intuitively on any end device. Every data transfer is securely encrypted with SSL. 2 Gigabyte storage is available free for all users.
PIN protection: secure sharing of pictures with friends
If wanted, entire folders can be shared with any contacts by e-mail: simply mark the relevant folder with a tick, select the option "Share" in the menu and if required use "Share with PIN code" to provide an individual password. This creates a link which can simply be sent, and can only be opened on the receiver's device with the password previously selected. In this way, only authorized persons can view or download the files shared.
Use folders to structure the File Storage
Once the images have been uploaded, they can easily be grouped in individual folders in the mail.com File Storage. Here, the gallery view helps you to retain an overview. And users of the mail.com mobile apps for smartphone and tablet can swipe photos to copy them from one folder into another, download them or mark them as favorites with an asterisk.
mail.com is one of the top 5 free email portals in the USA. mail.com provides its consumer and business users an unparalleled selection of more than 200 supplier-neutral email addresses with a broad variety of topics like business, geographic location and personality traits. In addition to mail and messaging products mail.com offers online file storage and presents worldwide news, covering a large spectrum of content categories including entertainment, politics, sports, science and many more. mail.com strives for optimum performance with easy to use products as well as state-of-the-art Internet security and customer privacy with its data center located in Lenexa, Kansas. mail.com is a member of United Internet, Europe’s leading Internet specialist.