Sunit Kumar Nandi (26), who’s pursuing PhD in Computer Science and Engineering at IIT Guwahati, has launched an email provider startup named Letter. The platform presents email internet hosting which is encrypted per mailbox and organisation with ChaCha20-Poly1305 encryption utilizing the consumer’s password because the passphrase for the encryption keys making it not possible to learn conversations as an email providers operator.
“Email needs to be treated on a priority since it is the backbone of all human communication on the internet. The startup was created while keeping ease of usage, email deliverability, data ownership and privacy protection as the prime focus, which most other operators often take for granted,” says Nandi, who can also be a trainee trainer on the Department of Computer Science and Engineering, National Institute of Technology (NIT), Arunachal Pradesh.
The concept was first conceived when Nandi operated Techno FAQ Digital Media since its inception in 2012 and needed enterprise email options for his startup.
“While self-hosting Techno FAQ’s business email, I learnt how to efficiently offer email services, ensure state-of-the-art security while not compromising on features, provide great performance and stellar deliverability of emails to the recipient’s inbox. Soon we were hosting more than 10,000 emails per day. Our team realised that privacy is becoming increasingly important for people and hence, we decided to explore the untapped market,” Nandi advised
Nandi says that almost all email suppliers typically supply email information of their clients, whether or not they’re paying or not, and the much less well-liked ones are poorly maintained to the purpose that e-mail deliverability and spam is a serious subject. Many suppliers don’t provide commonplace methods to entry mailboxes and pressure you to make use of their apps.
To overcome these persistent points, Letter presents the choice to import and export of your email information, so the consumer is actually in management of their information. Besides, it ensures connection encryption for mail sending and receiving with TLS 1.3 with 256-bit key power with both AES-256-GCM or ChaCha20-Poly1305. It provides an encryption layer over and above email encryption that not solely secures emails but additionally the infrastructure from cyberattacks.