Czar Mail is an industry compatible email system with a twist. It eliminates spam completely without losing any good emails.
It does this by requiring that all emails either be from another Czar Mail client, a person trusted by Czar Mail, or from a "friend", a person trusted by you. All Czar Mail clients need to show ID (a bankcard), so all Czar Mail clients are trusted. Since you only receive email from trusted sources, spam is eliminated; and at the same time, since we don't filter out "suspicious" emails, you never lose good email. The idea is simple, but effective. We call this "Membership Email," and it works much like a membership buying club such as Costco or Sam's Club.
Email from spammers is simply refused at the Czar Mail server, and never reaches your inbox. This is especially good for business because if you own a business and you have employees that use company email, with 3 billion spams a day being sent out, it's only a question of time until an employee accidentally "clicks through" to a spammer's site. You can get your computer network tapped, your computers corrupted, and confidential data stolen. Condé-Nash almost lost $7,870,530, except that the criminal wasn't one of the brighter bulbs on the tree, and got caught. Even then, they still lost around $52,000.
Welcome to Czar Mail! Signing up for an account is easy. Let's follow Bob as he signs up for Czar Mail.
Bob enters his name, username, password and and alternate email in the signup box on the front page. He makes sure that the alternate email address works because we may send him advisory emails there.
Bob clicks the
Sign Up button. This takes him to the My Home Page.
His account is now created and he's logged on automatically.
In the future, Bob just enters his username and password into the corresponding boxes at the top of the page, then clicks the
From the My Home Page, Bob clicks on the
Card button. He enters his name, address, and card information.
Save on PayPal, and his card is saved on PayPal for use with his Czar Mail account, and he'll be sent to the Listing Cards page where he can see his card referenced. He clicks on
Back to return to his My Home Page.
From his My Home Page, Bob clicks on the
Mailboxes button. He enters the name he wants for his mailbox, and chooses a domain from the dropdown box. He enters a strong password, then he enters it again in the
Confirm Password box.
Resubscribebutton on the mailboxes page.
Save Mailbox. His mailbox is saved, and he's sent to the Home page.
Bob clicks on the
Webmail button, then he clicks on his new mailbox name, and he's taken to the SquirrelMail page. He has to re-enter his password (because SquirrelMail has it's own logon validation), then he's taken to his