BackUp Your Emails With DropMyEmail For Free [Startup]

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Digital communication has become more vital for individuals and organisations. People are leveraging on it due to accessibility and intra-portability. At the same securing all such digital data has become more challenging and important factor for everyone. Though, the offline solution for back-up is playing its role in such scenario, an effective solution for all online digital communication is still a pending aspect. To understand the need and importance an innovative idea has been launched in the form of DropMyEmail.com, where you can keep backup of your all mails. The site was founded by john Fearon – an internet entrepreneur – in 2011 who was searching how to for a backup solution for all his important emails.

DropMyEmail.com won the prestigious Demoguru award on 1st March 2012 for showing some elegant features and cloud e-mail backup. The amazing thing is that within a short period of time there are more than 500,000 users who are associated with the service.

CEO and founder of  DropMyEmail.com, John Fearon  said to Venture Beat that “it is very easy to access this site as it takes only two clicks to get back-up of your mails”. He also added that “it can be accessed either from mobile and I am happy to say that  most of the users are from India where the numbers of users are more than 20% where as US is having only 2%-3% of users”.

Fearon is sure that if such type of appreciation continues then it will reach 1 million in just three months.

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 So, how to backup your email ? Just open up an account and you are done. Creating an account in DropMyEmail.com is an easy process:

  1. You can use your social media  id to make a account.
  2. Fill all the details and it’s done.

This service can be used with any of the e-mail service like Gmail, Yahoo or Hotmail. User get  500MB of free space with but if you want more space you have to pay for it. A user can purchase up to 10GB extra space you have to pay $1.99 every month or you can go for yearly plan of $19.99. 5GB memory space is also available in $0.99 every month or for $9.99 yearly.

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