In conjunction with the annual
O’Reilly OS X Conference, which runs this week
is announcing the final release of its spam-free, Web-based e-mail service that’s now optimized for Mac OS X. As of today, the service supports consumers using the Safari browser, as well as Apple’s Mail and Microsoft’s Entourage X desktop e-mail clients.
Mailblocks launched seven months ago with the goal of eliminating spam, overcoming the small storage space and attachment quotas of e-mail services, and increasing the speed of e-mail use, CEO Phil Goldman told MacCentral. See our
July 28 article
for details on the service.
The cost of Mailblocks’ new Mac OS X service is US$9.95 per year with 12MB of storage; an Expanded Service with 50MB of storage costs $24.95. Both offer attachment allowances of 6MB. You can subscribe or sign up for
a free trial online. Mailblocks is also offering Mac users who buy a 50MB account an opportunity to try its One Call Setup.