Mailshell's core management team has worked
together since 2000, building upon years of relevant experience
and entrepreneurial success. Mailshell enjoys low employee
turnover rates and its core development team members are
leading experts in artificial intelligence technology.
In addition to its core development team,
Mailshell also employs a team of full-time, dedicated, offshore
software developers that focuses on creating discrete blocks
of code, thus enabling the Company to quickly and inexpensively
develop new product offerings that it can test in the market
and assess for commercial viability.
Founder and CEO
Tonny founded Mailshell in 1999 and
has grown it to become the world-wide anti-spam OEM
technology and profit leader.
Tonny has over ten years of experience
running successful companies. Prior to creating Mailshell,
Tonny was the founder and CEO of ComputerESP, the
leading price comparison compiler on the Internet.
Tonny grew the company to profitability before it
was successfully acquired by CNET in its largest acquisition
at that time returning over 200x to investors. Tonny
then helped quickly lead CNET to profitability and
Prior to that, Tonny developed compilers
for ZyCAD before it was successfully acquired and
Synopsys before the company successfully went public
Tonny has earned several degrees from
Stanford University, holds multiple compiler-related
patents, and regularly speaks at industry events.
Chief Technology Officer
Manuel Mejia manages Mailshell's technology
development activities. Prior to joining Mailshell
at its inception in 1999, Manuel served as a senior
IC designer at Altera Corporation. He is the holder
of 14 U.S. patents and is a driving force behind Mailshell's
award-winning Mailshell Anti-Spam Engine, as well
as several of Mailshell's patent-pending approaches
to identifying and blocking spam.
Manuel holds a Bachelor of Science degree
from Stanford University in Palo Alto, California.
Vice President, Products and Business Development
Eytan Urbas oversees products, partnerships and customer
relationships for Mailshell. He focuses on ensuring that the company's
products, support and cooperation exceed OEM partners' expectations.
He joined Mailshell in 2000.
Before joining Mailshell, Eytan spent several years
at Guthy-Renker Corporation, a $3 billion developer of consumer
products, where his responsibilities included corporate branding,
product development, and marketing communications.
Prior to that, Eytan served as vice president of client
services at The Newlin Company, a marketing consulting firm, where
he directed programs on behalf of The Standard Register Corporation,
Johnson & Johnson, Novartis, 3M, and Specialized Bicycles, among
Eytan holds a BA from The Johns Hopkins University
in Baltimore, Maryland.