Happy New Year 2016

  • By Mark
  • 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 […]

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Is email really a generation gap?

  • By Mark
  • 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 […]

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atmail Hot Fix 7.5.3.1

  • By Mark
  • December 1st, 2015

atmail Hot Fix 7.5.3.1 is now available for download from your client portal. Version 7.5.3.1 contains a minor bug fix for the atmail 7.5.3 release; specifically adding a default value in the configuration required for CardDAV and CalDAV to work as […]

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Migrating Email Systems

  • By Mark
  • November 20th, 2015

Migrating your complete email system to a new provider can be tricky. To ensure that everything runs smoothly for both your administrators and your users, here’s a list of things you should consider. PREPARATION Before starting any migration process, it […]

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Scaling and High Availability

  • By Mark
  • November 15th, 2015

There are a number of factors to take into consideration when building a fit-for-purpose email system such as the number of mailboxes required, the performance or the cost.These factors, how they relate to each other, and their priority can all influence […]

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atmail 7.5.3 is here!

  • By Mark
  • November 3rd, 2015

On 29th October, we proudly released atmail 7.5.3. As usual, it is available for download on your client portal. PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENTS With this update, we have included significant improvements to the handling of threaded messages in large mailboxes. Previously operations such […]

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How to Avoid Phishing

  • By Mark
  • October 29th, 2015

In security, it is often said that the biggest point of failure is usually the user. No matter how secure your system is, if people are not aware of basic rules, your IT systems are at risk. One of the […]

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Graymail and Catch-All Aliases

  • By Mark
  • 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 […]

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First Update for atmail Mobile

  • By Mark
  • 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 […]

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Wondering when to send your emails?

  • By Mark
  • October 9th, 2015

Most people receive a lot of emails every day and rarely have the time and energy to read all of them. Studies have shown that, depending on the time of the day, customers are more susceptible to open and click […]

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The benefits of upgrading

  • By Mark
  • September 24th, 2015

THE RISKS OF OBSOLESCENCE VS… Keeping pace with ever-evolving technology can be quite a challenging proposition. There can be significant effort involved in planning to update or upgrade your systems and devices. However, without planning, your systems will outdate and stagnate. Consequently, your web of devices and […]

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Welcome atmail 7.5.2

  • By Mark
  • September 22nd, 2015

On Thursday 17th of September, we proudly released version 7.5.2 of the atmail software.  Below, we highlight some of the shiny new things that are included in this new version. Once again, we’d like to thank customers for sharing new […]

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Is Your Email Making You Money?

  • By Mark
  • September 17th, 2015

FROM COST TO REVENUE Over the past fifteen years, we’ve been surprised to see how few companies look to generate revenue from email. At one extreme, some service providers simply treat the email platform as a cost of providing internet […]

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How to Break the PEBCAT Barrier

  • By Mark
  • September 9th, 2015

PROBLEM EXISTS BETWEEN CHISEL AND TABLET Yes, 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, […]

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Welcome atmail Mobile

  • By Mark
  • 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 […]

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What’s Next for Messaging

  • By Mark
  • 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 […]

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5 Surprising Email Facts

  • By Mark
  • August 19th, 2015

1. Email was invented even before the internet. The Internet started as a project called ARPANET in October 1969 at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA). But the very first email system was actually started four years before that […]

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Why email is not going away

  • By Mark
  • August 12th, 2015

Unless you’ve lived in a cave without Internet access, you will have stumbled upon the term “email killer” more than once. It seems new apps have become tired with trying to be the “next Facebook killer”, they have now moved […]

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Worldwide internet access

  • By Mark
  • August 6th, 2015

Many tech companies are focused on creating the next groundbreaking mobile application or web service, but many of us in the developed countries forget that the majority of the world’s population still has very limited, or zero, access to the […]

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Email etiquette in the workplace

  • By Mark
  • July 28th, 2015

How you behave in the workplace is often different to how you behave away from work; email follows the same rule. If you want to remain professional and not offend anyone, this infographic outlining the basic rules of email etiquette is […]

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Two-Factor Authentication

  • By Mark
  • July 22nd, 2015

Email & Security  Email is the tool we use every day. We’ve been using mailboxes for years and we tend not to consider whether they are secure or not. This is a mistake. Our personal life, our professional life, everything is […]

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