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    ShazzleMail is a free private email application that turns your smart phone into a mail server, delivering your messages directly to your receiver via an SSL encrypted channel with no server copies. Not even Shazzle gets a copy. Better still, our patented architecture allows you to send private email to anyone on your contacts list. No password required. It works with iOS and Android devices AND on a PC or Mac laptop/desktop. Become your own mailman by downloading a free ShazzleMail application today. Fight back against the snoops and spies. Holster up with privacy on your hip!

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Fabulous to actually fight back against all the snooping. Well done and thank you for seeing the problems and thenactually doing something that helps
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Anything that makes the mass surveillance of the nation’s harder, gets my support! I think it’s important to tell everyone who will listen to start taking small steps to take back privacy.
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