New! atmail’s object storage plugin, store(obj)

By |October 12th, 2017|

After months of hard work here at atmail, we're excited to announce that last Friday we released our new atmail object storage plugin called store(obj),  which is based on Dovecot open-source. "What is object storage and how can it help [...]

Welcome atmail 7.8

By |July 14th, 2016|

A class act in calendaring & contactsIt’s not often you get validation of a release before it’s out, but after a recent survey we gained great insight into key areas that were common for all customers: maintain security, improve calendaring [...]

Welcome atmail 7.7

By |May 24th, 2016|

Enhanced Speed & Security  Our latest release, atmail 7.7, is all about responsiveness. After implementing further security components, boosting reliability, updating and optimising our core code and adding a raft of feature enhancements, you’ll enjoy at least twice the uplift [...]

The State of Cloud Computing

By |January 18th, 2016|

Software as a service (Saas) providers have recognised the benefits of cloud-based products, including freeing clients from complex software and hardware management and reducing their TCO (total cost of ownership). Similarly, email providers have had to evolve and adapt to [...]

Happy New Year 2016

By |January 6th, 2016|

Happy New Year!2015 was a fantastic year for atmail!From new appointments, vast product improvements and some industry-leading customer service,  atmail is reaching new heights and ready to revolutionise email in 2016.Read below for a summary of the last year and [...]

Is email really a generation gap?

By |December 4th, 2015|

Last month, Gizmodo surveyed 3,670 people to determine how they communicate. The responses to this survey prompted Gizmodo to publish an article that simultaneously asks if, and states that, email is the new generation gap. But is it? The survey asked three questions: the [...]

Graymail and Catch-All Aliases

By |October 22nd, 2015|

We all receive too many emails and one of the major reasons for this is Graymail. As explained in this post, "Graymail is the term used to describe the email you subscribed to (website updates, newsletter, ...) but that you don't [...]

First Update for atmail Mobile

By |October 16th, 2015|

One month after we launched atmail mobile, we are pleased to announce that we have just released a new version on the app store.On top of all the cool features that were already in the first version, this update brings [...]

How to Break the PEBCAT Barrier

By |September 9th, 2015|

PROBLEM EXISTS BETWEEN CHISEL AND TABLETYes, it is an obvious play on the old support joke “Problem Exists Between Keyboard And Chair" (PEBKAC or PBKAC), referring typically to users who may not have the correct combination of data, hardware, software [...]

Welcome atmail Mobile

By |September 2nd, 2015|

We are thrilled to announce the launch of our new iOS app: atmail mobile.With 2.04 billion smartphone owners, mobile is now the first platform for reading and using email. Thus, it is important to us to make your email experience the best it [...]

What’s Next for Messaging

By |August 27th, 2015|

For most people "140 character limit" immediately makes them think of Twitter limitations, but there was a time when it was also the limit for the only phone-to-phone text messaging system, SMS.With the spread of smartphone devices, communication has gone [...]

The state of email

By |June 17th, 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 accountsMicrosoft with [...]

The internet of things

By |May 13th, 2015|

We technologists love acronyms and buzzwords. Five minutes ago you were talking about SoLoMo (Social, Local, Mobile) or  “gamification and now it’s nearly impossible to navigate the Internet without stumbling across a blog post or article that talks about the [...]

Freak Flaw

By |March 10th, 2015|

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 [...]

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