What’s it Like to Run a Cloud Email Service on AWS?

  • By Dirk Marski
  • November 26th, 2018

After we recently onboarded a large APAC telecommunications company (serving over half a million mailboxes) to a dedicated email service hosted in the Amazon cloud, we began fielding the question from peers and prospects, “Why Amazon?” As OpenStack supporters, the […]

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atmail suite and mail server 8.4.1 (including My Files)

  • By Andrea Martins
  • November 19th, 2018

Hi Everyone, we are excited to announce today’s release of atmail suite and atmail mail server (8.4.1). Today’s release is huge and does not disappoint. It introduces a vast number of new features, product improvements and bug fixes, plus includes […]

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As Cloud Adoption Accelerates, Why Are Some Still Waiting?

  • By Dave
  • October 26th, 2018

All technologies have an adoption curve that reflects when users start transitioning to new opportunities. The number of new adopters over time typically fits neatly onto Rogers’ bell curve. At the top of the bell curve, successful technologies reach the […]

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POP 101: Manual POP Sessions

  • By Dave
  • October 10th, 2018

If you are needing to test a new email service, diagnose a problem between a client email program and a POP server, wanting to write a script to check for new emails in a mailbox, or just keen to learn […]

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What is Inbox Zero?

  • By Dann Albright
  • September 26th, 2018

Imagine opening up your inbox and seeing nothing that needs your urgent attention. Sounds like a dream, doesn’t it? But, it doesn’t have to be, with Inbox Zero. Inbox Zero (which, for the record, is not about having zero emails […]

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How Secure is Data in atmail’s EU Cloud?

  • By Andrea Martins
  • September 20th, 2018

Thanks to the May 2018 introduction of GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation), there has been heightened chatter in the email industry about security and compliance for European customers. Common questions include, “Is your company GDPR compliant?”, “Where exactly are you storing your data […]

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SMTP 101: Manual SMTP Sessions

  • By Dave
  • September 17th, 2018

Whether you’re testing a new email service, diagnosing a problem between a client program and SMTP service, looking to write a script to send automated emails, or just wanting to learn more about how SMTP works, this SMTP 101 post […]

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3 Lessons Learned from Email Services Shut Down

  • By Andrea Martins
  • September 11th, 2018

Love it or hate it, it’s hard to escape the fact that email is still the lifeblood of our day-to-day digital interactions. When we’re not surfing the net or swiping right, we’re spending an average of 5.4 hours checking those 2.7 […]

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Comparing Email Providers? Let’s Meet

  • By Andrea Martins
  • August 16th, 2018

If your email software is approaching its end of life and your head is a little bamboozled from comparing email providers, sometimes meeting up in person can help with your overload of product brochures, free trials and TCO checklists. If you’re a telco […]

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What is Lawful Interception?

  • By Dann Albright
  • August 10th, 2018

If you’re a fan of the cinema, you’d know that just about every Hollywood spy movie involves some level of sensationalised, lawful interception (although for entertainment’s sake, the ‘lawful’ part is regularly dubious on the big screen). But what exactly […]

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Top 10 DevOps Blogs and Resources

  • By Dann Albright
  • August 1st, 2018

Here at atmail, DevOps plays an important role in helping us to deliver secure, stable and scalable email platforms for telecom operators and service providers. With that in mind, we’ve put together a list of some of our favourite DevOps […]

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What is Email TCO? (and a TCO Checklist)

  • By Dann Albright
  • July 25th, 2018

If you’re a CIO or IT manager with budget responsibilities, you’ll know about TCO. In fact, you’ll probably not just know about it, but you’ll likely dread each time you’re asked to re-evaluate the TCO for assets within your organisation. […]

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What’s So Special About 5G & Network Slicing?

  • By Dann Albright
  • July 17th, 2018

The 5G network is a big deal. How big? So big, that TechSpot compared it to the jump from 56K dial-up to cable internet, which was huge. And while not everyone is exactly sure what 5G will look like, the […]

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25 More Telecom Conferences in 2018

  • By Andrea Martins
  • July 11th, 2018

Great news! If you are still looking for telecom conferences to attend this year, never fear, you have not missed the boat. Following on from our first edition of 25 Global Telco Conferences in 2018, here’s our curated list of even […]

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Privacy: Teetering on the Brink of Extinction?

  • By Daniel Viney
  • July 6th, 2018

Collecting personally identifiable information is the new gold rush in an internet as regulated as the Wild West.     I don’t care about privacy, I have nothing to hide. It is common for decent, every-day folk to believe they have […]

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OpenStack: The Road Ahead?

  • By Jay Sil
  • June 18th, 2018

Last month, the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver lived up to my expectations. It was one of the most collaborative events I have seen in a long time. Well done to the organisers, who ensured the sense of collaboration and community […]

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Should You Build or Buy Your Email Platform?

  • By Daniel Viney
  • June 12th, 2018

If you have a team of talented developers, you can pretty much build anything, especially if you use open source software as your base. Open source software (OSS) enables developers to access the source code for computer software and have […]

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The Cube Interviews atmail at OpenStack Summit Vancouver

  • By Andrea Martins
  • May 25th, 2018

This week we participated in OpenStack Summit Vancouver (fabulous people, fabulous event!). As part of the festivities, our colleagues Jason Brown (Global Solutions Architect, based in the United States) and Jay Sil (Sales Director Europe, based in London) were fortunate […]

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