Secure, stable, cloud-based email service for essential business communications
Working remotely at sea means communicating across challenging connections, where latency and bandwidth become important considerations and where landbased solutions are not suitable. And yet, even far from land, email remains one of the key vulnerabilities to business continuity through ever-increasing exposure to spam, viruses, and malware. Maritime e-mail has never been this convenient, robust and secure. Take your ship-shore communication to a new professional level with an elegant user interface, fleet-wide configuration and multi-layered security.
Made for business
Professional email built for maritime operations
Our email service is built with versatility, robustness, and cost-efficiency in mind. The solution transfers emails regardless of communication system available on the ship. FleetMail has been optimised for use at sea, delivering a stable, secure service for reliable and continuous access to your emails, even if the network temporarily goes offline. It uses intelligent compression to reduce size of transferred data and specially designed transport protocol to resume data transfer from point of interruption if there is a break in communications.
Full management and real-time overview
The intuitive web portal allows remote configuration and administration of accounts for your vessels.
- Pro-active alerts and automated reports
- Message flow control, using blacklist, whitelist, size-restrictions, etc.
- Configuring alerts and reports to be actioned from shore
- Seamless & secure storage/retrieval of emails and attachments for up to 3 years
- Configuring parameters of vessel's accounts
Crew mail at their fingertips
Private email accounts for crew
Our crew email system is tailored for maritime use, providing private email accounts for crew members regardless of the communication equipment onboard. Crew details are updated and distributed automatically from your crew management system. Email is globally available regardless of location, even when off hire or if transferred to another ship. Messages are only sent to the ship if the crew member is registered on board, minimising the impact of crew-related data traffic.