FREE Email Tracking Service From

None, None (PressExposure) August 07, 2007 -- Email tracking service is no longer something new in digital world. There are many email tracking services and tools available now. But, it¡¯s not easy to get a totally free of charge and continuously improving service. This is the main reason appear to help and share this tracking technology with public.

Some email clients provide email receipt function, but these are visible by recipients. Recipients can choose not to send the read receipt and sender will never know that they emails are being read or ignored. email tracking techniques are totally invisible to recipients. Recipient will never realize you are tracking your emails. Every time a tracked email has been opened, the sender can get a notification email from instantly. Sender can login to their account to get more information about their recipient. able to track - Read time - Geography location - Operating System - Browser - .NET version - Frame Support - iFrame Support - Tables Support - Cookies Support - VB Script - Java Script - Java Applet - Active X Controls - CSS version is very easy to use. All you need is a valid and registered email address. supports free email such as Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo!, AOL, and etc¡­ You can use service instantly after registered and activated your account. Currently, is not support sending tracked emails from other clients or web mails. You are required to login your account at in order to send a tracked email. However, the mails sent are still using your registered email. features is listed as below: * Get email confirmation each time your email was read * Calculate duration between the mail sent and read time * Send email with attachment * Keep a copy of your sent emails for your refer * Track recipient location * Track recipient browser details, such as operating system, browser name, version, JavaScript, VBScript, Cookies, CSS version, etc... * Support HTML mail

About is FREE. Therefore, all users are limited to send 5 tracked emails per day, and 1 recipient per email. However, users can always request more credit for FREE. For more information, please visit website at

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Press Release Submitted On: July 19, 2007 at 10:03 pm
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