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BellSouth introduces Secure Mail for small businesses.

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BellSouth Corp (NYSE:BLS), a US communications company, announced on Monday (17 April) a new service that allows BellSouth FastAccess Business DSL customers to encrypt their outgoing e-mails using security technology.

According to the company, BellSouth Secure Mail works with customer's existing Microsoft Outlook or Outlook Express e-mail software to enclose, encrypt and deliver confidential information over the Internet with a higher degree of privacy.

The application reportedly puts a "Secure" icon on the user's toolbar which the user clicks on to protect and encrypt an e-mail. Encrypted e-mails can be sent to recipients whether they subscribe to BellSouth Secure Mail or not.

Customers can sign up for a free 30-day trial of BellSouth Secure Mail at http://smallbusiness.bellsouth.com/internet/securemail.asp. Pricing is USD7.95 per month per e-mail address.

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