Email Blog

The future of the inbox

future inbox
Email’s evolution is in response to the ever-increasing demand of users and email providers have to seize opportunities to satisfy their subscribers with new features and improved performance. Although some of these innovations may seem like gimmicks, many aim to revolutionise the way we use email.

Welcome atmail 7.5.1

release atmail 7.5.1
Atmail is pleased to announce the general availability of version 7.5.1. Version 7.5.1 includes multiple product improvements and bug fixes, including two major changes that significantly improve performance: minification of JavaScript and Cascading Style Sheet files and improvement to how log files display in the WebAdmin interface.

The state of email

state of email 2015
Despite everything we read and hear, email is still on the rise. With 4.1 billion addresses and 2.5 billion accounts worldwide, it is one of the biggest services out there. Three giants are dominating the market, especially for individuals: Gmail with 900 million accounts Microsoft with 475 million accounts Yahoo! Mail with 100 million accounts

GovHack 2015

With venues across Australia, GovHack is an annual competition that brings together geeks, digital creatives, data analysts, story tellers, entrepreneurs and community enthusiasts to work together in teams over 46 hours to explore, mash up, ideate and communicate their concepts, create applications, visualisations and tools using open data sets provided by local, state and federal government agencies.

Improve performance: Sass

Performance is a critical component and measure of “quality”. More than simply reducing the weight of our website and application, the upcoming 7.5.1 release not only optimises the existing CSS and JS code, it also concatenates files together, reducing the number of requests sent to the server to a minimum.

The importance of UX

user experience
User experience, especially if you operate in the tech space, is becoming increasingly important. We no longer just use technology, we live with it. By following some basic UX rules, you can offer an enjoyable product or service, reduce frustration and increase customer retention.