Net-C is 18 years old

  • 1998: Pascal Voyat and Philippe Lenoir launch Francemail, a French-language e-mail service reachable by Internet, Minitel and phone
  • 1999: The service is renamed Francemel
  • 1999: The Lagardère Group acquires Francemel and renames it NetCourrier
  • 2007: The founders, through the company Mail Object, buy back NetCourrier from the Lagardère Group
  • 2008: NetCourrier opens a Web2.0 webmail based on the MailObject® technology
  • 2009: Opening of the international service NetCmail
  • 2010: NetCourrier innovates with NetCourrier Children and NetCourrier Family
  • 2010: NetCourrier proposes purchasing domain names
  • 2011: NetCourrier provides web site hosting
  • 2011: NetCourrier launches interfaces suitable for smartphones and tablets
  • 2012: Net-C merges,,,,, as well as other domain names
  • 2012: Net-C creates a Net-C Pro offer for small companies
  • 2013: Net-C proposes Cloud packs up to 500 GB
  • 2013: Net-C proposes hosting of photo albums
  • 2013: The virtual disk and photo albums on Net-C can be shared
  • 2014: Net-C and Vade Retro (renamed Vade Secure in 2016) establish a partnership to provide all users with a high-quality antispam and a innovative system of e-mail classification
  • 2015: Net-C aggregates the mail services,,,,, and
  • 2015: Net-C modernizes its logo
  • 2015: Net-C publishes an app for smartphones
  • 2016: Net-C launches mail services for schools and for municipalities
  • 2016: Net-C integrates the Qwant Internet search


  • Net-C claims its European identity in a largely American competitive environment
  • Net-C is the only fully independent French e-mail service for the general public
  • The Net-C mail system is comprehensive and adapted to all kinds of users and usages
  • Net-C is the only mail service providing 100% secure interfaces for children
  • Net-C provides e-mail addresses without any connotated association with a globalization giant
  • The Net-C Premium mailboxes are, for a symbolic price of 1 euro per month, the most comprehensive on the market


  • Net-C will keep innovating to offer everyone the best mail service
  • Net-C will keep listening to its users for a true closeness and an adaptation to their needs
  • Net-C will continue on its way, independently of the homogenization tending to impose the same worldwide services which some users do not want