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This is the home of the Trusted Email Services (TES) initiative. At a time when trust, security and privacy concerns weigh heavily on the mind of businesses and consumers globally, TES was launched as an industry effort to raise awareness around email security threats and promote the deployment of technologies to address them. Together we work to build trust, security and privacy, not just for the benefit of service providers, but of the entire Internet.

ABOUT TES

Learn what TES is and find documents, discussion groups, meeting reports and contacts.

TES FOR PROVIDERS

Are you an Internet Service Provider, telecom or hosting company? Click here to know how to make email secure for your customers.

TES FOR SYSADMINS

Do you administer an email server for yourself or for your company? Click here to know how to make email secure for your users.

TES FOR USERS

Are you an ordinary user of the Internet? Click here to know how to secure your email.

After the summer break, the TES project resumed its series of events with a nice meeting in Zürich, the business capital of Switzerland. In the middle of the technological district of Zürich-West, the nice setting of the 25hours Hotel...
We are glad to announce yet another meeting on email security – the first TES event ever in Central America. Thanks to the sponsorship of Open-Xchange and to the efforts of the local partner CITI, the TES conference series...
Every year, ETIS, the European community for telecom professionals, organizes a gathering for its members; attended by leaders and experts from several European telcos, the reunion of ETIS members allows them to share knowledge and best practices in a...
Are you enjoying your summer holidays? In the meantime, we are still at work on our email security program! We are thus glad to announce the next TES meeting. This time, we will be making our stop in nice...
Making email secure is not enough if users do not know about it and are not able to tell whether the transport of their emails is adequately protected or not. This is why, after a few months, we decided...