Hmmm, not as effective a call for action as you might want. In part because under US law email delivered to your corporate address is a company asset, not a personal asset.
That said, there is a lot to be gained by having copies of your personal email (and metadata) handy. I am sure I am not unique in that I've got a script that uses imap to pull non-spam email into a temporally ordered store (a DVD-R :-) and a dynamically updated index (initially sqlite, now its more mysql). Still lose stuff of course :-).
I don't understand this. Is this something that you just blindly send your email to and then they save it for you? There's no indication of how you get access to it, or what is sent when you submit your email. Or really why you would use this over any of the commonly available email backup solutions.
I agree, this doesn't really fill me with great confidence. There is no information about where the data is stored.. is it encrypted? Is it a company? And I am simply registered to pay $10 to be put into a waiting list?