BigString Revolutionary New Email Service Provider


BigString is a new email service that I just learned of from Melissa at Road Gladiator. I am FASCINATED by this service, and yes, it provides business services as well as free personal accounts. If James Bond or Inspector Gadget had a free email account, it would most definitely be with BigString.

With a patent pending technology, BigString allows a user to easily send, recall, erase, self-destruct and modify an email after it has been sent. BigString users have unprecedented control over all of their email, whether they choose to send it through the website or an email client such as Outlook. BigString gives you the advantages of private email and secure email.




What’s so great about this service? Check out these features and see if you don’t divorce g-mail:

  • Self-Destructing Email
  • Recallable/Erasable Email
  • Non-Forwardable Email
  • Non-Printable/Savable Emails
  • Advanced Email Tracking
  • Masquerading
  • Unlimited Storage
  • Secure Email
  • Video Emails
  • Large Attachments
  • Message Highlighting
  • Advanced Spam and Virus Filtering
  • Message Sorting
  • Fun Email Effects
  • Use Your Own Domain Name
  • 30 minute Video Emails
  • Advanced Master Control Panel
  • Advanced Contact Management
  • 24/7 Support

Wow! Self destructing emails!? If security is any sort of concern for your industry, this is HUGE! And we’ve all hit the SEND button a little too early. Well, what if you could still make a change! Non-forwardable messages could come in really handy as well.

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2 thoughts on “BigString Revolutionary New Email Service Provider

  • Juan Valdez

    BigString is an interesting product but it has some drawbacks. First, the person you are sending the email to must pick it up at BigString. It’s almost like sending a greeting card to someone and they have to go to a website to pick it up. It’s inconvenient for the email recipient. And, say you decide you’ve made a mistake and sent an email you now regret. If you beat the recipient to the bigstring site you can delele it. If you don’t get there quick enough to kill the email, you’re too late. Or if the email has been deleted, the person you were sending to knows you withdrew your email.
    I think a better solution is YankBack. It’s a sort of rest stop on the Internet Highway where your emails are held for a few minutes before they go on and are delivered normally. If you realize you’ve sent an email by mistake, or sent an email in anger, or perhaps mistakenly replied to an email you meant to forward, you just click on an icon in your system tray and are taken to your mail que at YankBack and you can delete it. You can actually stop the email after it has left the computer. I use the service when I have forgotten to attach. I delete it from YankBack and since it’s on my computer, just resend with the attachment. Yankback can be found at http:/