Tuesday, July 8, 2014

Kids Email at KidsEmail.org


Safety features available with KidsEmail.com:
     You can allow children to only receive and send emails from those that are in their contact list
     You can email a copy of incoming and outgoing messages to the parent
     You can remove images within emails
     You can remove links within emails
     You can set it to only allow specific attachment types such as: images, pictures, video, mp3s, zip, pdf, word files, etc.
     You can approve or deny any email sent to children via the mail queue
     You can filter out offensive words found in incoming mail
     You can filter spam
     Kids can change out the look of their email with various fun templates- even older kids have options
     There is a simple mode for young children and an advanced mode for older chidren
     You can set time restrictions to limit days and times when kids can login (you can even set up grounding and punishment times)
     You can actually have incoming and outgoing mails forwarded to your personal email account

Let’s face it; kids are almost required to have an email address anymore. Teachers want children to email them assignments or to be able to email kids assignments; friends want to email each other, etc. Some kids just want to have an email address to say that they have one.

KidsEmail.org is very parent friendly and can be set up in less than ten minutes. I set up an account for my son in just a few minutes. I was happy to be able to choose from a wide array of safety features. I like having control of what he can or cannot do with this email account. I also like knowing I can be able to see what he is getting and what he is sending. I love how there are a variety of options that would be appropriate for different ages. I actually cannot think of any options that were not available that I would want to use.

Another awesome feature this program has is that it blocks ads from users. This is a huge deal when it concerns children. They do not need to see advertisements for weight loss products, sexual enhancement products, dating sites, etc. It won’t be there for them to see and that makes me feel much better about them having email.
Would you believe this program also has a GPS tracker? It is currently only available for Android devices via a mobile app, but it is a great feature that I am appreciative to have the option of using.
KidsEmail.org is a paid program, however considering the safety and options it provides, a few dollars a month is worth a sound mind! Currently, users may purchase a full annual subscription for $2.99/month billed at $38.95 for the year. You can choose from an @kidsemail.org or @kmail.org (better for those older children who want a more grown-up email address).
Overall I would highly recommend this program for anyone with kids needing email (which is most all kids anymore). This program is so easy to use and has so many options you can choose from in terms of keeping your kids safe. You don’t have to sit and worry about what they are seeing, getting or sending. You can be sure they are only getting what you are allowing them to get.
You can try this program for 30-days free with no obligation and no credit card. For more information you can check out KidsEmail.org

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I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Tomoson.com. Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


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