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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
the ‘little people’ take their privacy back.
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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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