China Approves ePostal Internet Messaging Patent

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ePostal Services, Inc. (ePS®) today announced its 2nd patent approval by the Chinese Patent Office.

ePostal® patents for electronic messaging technology are now approved in the US, Europe, Japan, India, Russia, Mexico, and China. Patents are pending in Canada and Brazil. US patents are #7,502,828 and #7,627,640.

The ePS technology is applicable to different types of internet messaging systems, and is interoperable among different platforms including pc's as well as tablets and phones. It allows senders to select from a host of on-demand premium services, including encrypted privacy, sender and recipient authentication, advanced tracking, large file transfer, and media-enhanced content. The result is increased communications effectiveness, value, and ease of use, at less cost. In addition, users do not need to leave their regular messaging applications.

"Early recognition of the evolution of different types of internet messaging allowed ePS to establish global rights to broad fundamental technology,” said President Jon Gardner, “with a better and easier alternative to other more cumbersome, limited, and expensive methods.”

The inventive elements of the ePS technology include a cloud-based server interacting securely with software at a user's messaging application, and a fully autonomous, secure, and direct communications system between senders, recipients, and central servers, to process and manage the premium messaging services.

As currently embodied in the ePostal premium email service, the ePS technology essentially gives its users a software-defined, global virtual-network with superior email privacy, security, tracking, and differentiation capabilities. Many more premium features can be added.

“With its technology commercialized, validated, and protected, ePostal looks to expand its availability to all email users while actively seeking strategic development and investment partnerships,” Gardner noted. “We expect the technology's novel applicability to different types of messaging and interoperability among different platforms, and its global patents will be of considerable interest to a wide range of internet companies, U.S. and foreign.”

About ePostal Services (ePS): A Delaware corporation, ePS owns, uses, and provides technology for processing secure, on-demand premium services to internet communications and messaging systems. The technology is applicable to and interoperable across different type systems and platforms, including pc's as well as tablets and phones. Its services are within the technical and economic reach of businesses and individuals, worldwide. “ePostal” and “ePS” are registered trademarks of ePostal Services, Inc.

Contact: Jon Gardner, 585-596-1282

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