The days of the pony express are far

Handwritten letters is a rewarding thing. We believe receiving a handwritten letter is still one of the great pleasures in life (probably for its rarity).

The image of the Pony Express is of young riders galloping across the prairie. But hundreds of years ago when John Upson made his first run, he spent a lot of the riding time walking. It was April 1860, The Pony Express had a goal: deliver mail 1,966 miles between Missouri and California in less than 10 days. Today, ten days are very slow to deliver mail, but a hundred years ago ten days was very fast.

Computer engineer, Ray Tomlinson invented internet based email in late 1971; he invented the ability to send simple and fast messages to another person across the network. We believe e-mail or SMS are the valuable communication tools for businesses communications. Moving a step forward, why don’t you make the most of this great invention and go on communicating that fast,and with all the same legal validity ? For some, it might sound like the story of the Pony Express, just incredible but sending fast and legally binding documents is possible with Registered e-mail. 

Win a smartwatch and press the FF* button of your contracts

sony-smartwatchAll those users buying registered messages on line between April 23 and May 22, 2014, will enter into a drawing to win one Smartwatch. A smartwatch, that will  speed up your contracts.

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 *FF: Fast forward. To fast-forward is to move forward through a recording at a speed faster than that at which it would usually be played. The recordings are usually audio, video or computer data. 

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