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Whatsapp / Facebook stopped, no mobile app for business email

Dear Customer / Patron,

For our business mail users, we never recommend use of any mobile app for email incoming / outgoing purposes. We suggest simple use of Outlook or Thunderbird or any other secure email client. Your mobile devices, local systems / Outlook / our servers / apps and passwords can be compromised, as there are now growing cases of malicious apps, data abuse, privacy theft and email frauds worldwide taking bad advantage of pandemic. Do not open or click unknown links and please use digital devices with precaution, don’t hesitate to take expert advise from some reliable and well-wishing persons in case of doubts.

Even on mobile, open and login at your own direct webmail link just in a plain browser like Chrome or Firefox or any other secure and private browser. You can also use our Online Enterprise apps on simple browsers in any device. Do keep changing the browser.

Use direct Webmail link to verify and change email passwords on regular basis.

We’ll not be developing or recommending any mobile app for business email either for long-term security and integrity. If you do not have critical or private data which can be compromised, you may use mobile apps at your own risk.

Whatsapp (Facebook) and similar platforms will be slowly discontinued as a mode of support & messaging. Use online query forms, voice / video calls or contact via email only, you may post a CC on third-party tools (optional).

We had opened a text / video / voice call service for our patrons at – it will remain free until markets are fully normal.

Take care of you and your loved ones.

Best wishes for your safety,
Support Team

Solution Point

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