(Unverified)Jan 13th 2010 4:58PM
Thanks so much for the writeup.@Richard: I'm looking in to ways to use client side encryption to allay privacy issues. That said, isn't this an issue for any hosted service out there? Trust and privacy have to be implicit for a hosted web service to succeed.@AlfredTV: We chose not to support IE as we've been developing this in our spare time. Dealing with IE issues would drastically eat into that limited time. We may consider doing an IE compatible offering in the future, if it makes sense.
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