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Cloud vs On-Premises

cloud vs onprem

When setting up an email service such as atmail, an administrator must choose between deploying on-premises or in the cloud. Each deployment option can differ greatly in terms of cost and responsibilities. We've developed this infographic to help you consider some of the implications of each option.




Cloud vs On-Premises

What is cloud?

Freak Flaw

freak flaw

What is the Freak Flaw? 

FREAK is an almost-acronym for “Factoring Attack on RSA-EXPORT Keys”, which describes a security vulnerability within the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) and Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols, released into the wild during the 90s. 
Over the weekend we learned that the vulnerability is also present in Microsoft’s Secure Channel (SChannel) stack. 
The FREAK vulnerability allows “man-in-the-middle” attacks - essentially enabling an attacker to intercept “secure&rdq

Stopping spam

Approximately nine out of ten emails that traverse the Internet today are spam messages. Spam continues to vex email service providers, ISP’s Hosting companies, and others in charge of managing email.

Welcome atmail 7.5.0

We are excited to announce that we released version 7.5 of atmail.
This release contains a number of fixes and security improvements and a new feature: end-user password reset from the login page. If you have an atmail server installation, your end-users will be able to reset their passwords themselves.
This feature is disabled by default after updating and can be enabled via the WebAdmin interface.

Everything about SPAM

spam infographic

Despite advances in the filtering technology protecting our inboxes and even with companies specialising in providing anti-spam protection, spam is still something we all have to cope with. 

But how much do you really know about it? From first appearance to current state, here are a few interesting facts about spam.



Spam. The Facts.

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year everyone!

2014 was a pretty busy year: new CEO, new website, new office in the U.S., new cloud and a lot of improvements to our email solutions. 2015 is now here and we are not planning on resting on our laurels.