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Hey there! My blog post this time, is to address a query you might have had about split delivery from a single domain. I’ve seen this being discussed on a couple of online forums so I thought it would be a good idea to shed some light on the topic. What is split delivery? Split delivery means emails will be delivered to the same domain but to two mail systems simultaneously. With split delivery, an…

Instant messaging has done nothing to stall the importance of email for both personal and business use today. We use email often enough, if not everyday. Do we really understand how it works and which email setup will work best for our business? Let’s investigate that and in particular I’d like to address the difference between POP3 and IMAP. First, the basics. While I won’t bore you with the history of email, there are a…

How to configure an email server for a VPS Hosting package Email is and will continue to remain one of the most widely used social interaction platforms. This probably explains why Facebook, Twitter and other popular social media platforms still send emails on latest trends, friend requests or other important notifications – it is that most internet users treat emails with more importance than a notification on a website. In this tutorial, I will show…

As I write this post, there is an on going and highly distributed, global attack on wordpress installations to crack open admin accounts and inject various malicious scripts. To give you a little history, we recently heard from a major law enforcement agency about a massive attack on US financial institutions originating from our servers. We did a detailed analysis of the attack pattern and found out that most of the attack was originating from…

We recently encountered the happy problem of running out of space in our current Data Center. After weeks of looking for a new home, we completed the move to our new Data Center – Datafoundry’s Texas One, about a month ago. With this move, we’ve taken our infrastructure to a whole new level! In fact, as soon as we zeroed in on Texas One, we knew we wanted to move our existing client base there…

After a rigorous beta with 400 Reseller over the last 2 months, we’ve now introduced Windows Multi-Domain Hosting for all our Resellers! We’re thrilled to make another addition to our growing list of Hosting products and we’re now halfway through our Hosting products roadmap. We’re currently offering Windows Multi-Domain Hosting at an introductory price, with packages starting at just $4.99. You can take a look at more details about this Introductory Promo here. Powerful Windows…

I was speaking the other day to a bunch of folks from various Registries about some of my observations about Registrars, and thought I’d share them with you. We were discussing ‘101’ stuff like growth in volumes and tapping in to emerging markets (we’re based out of India and totally relate to the impact emerging markets can have). Something that stood out at that time was the largest players/Registrars in the world. The top 10…

Having attended several Industry events in the United States and Europe, we’ve long been championing a global hosting event for the Asian region. Held on the 9th & 10th of June at the Millennium Hilton, Bangkok, WHD.Asia, an extension of the WorldHostingDays held in Germany, was exactly the kind of event we were keen to be a part of. From ResellerClub, Minal our business expansion manager, Daper our China Business Manager and I attended the…

Since we launched Custom Plans for Web Services i.e. Web Hosting, Email Hosting, Website Builder and Website Design, one of the most requested features by Resellers was the ability for Customers to Upgrade/Downgrade between different plans. Just recently, we implemented the Upgrade/ downgrade feature for Web Services. How it works: The entire process works on the basis of Credits. Credits are nothing but the monthly cost of the Web Services plan multiplied by the remaining…

Email authenticity is a major concern for a lot of customers and one of the best ways of addressing this is by adding SPF and DKIM Records. Both these techniques can be used to prevent email spoofing. So what are SPF and DKIM Records? SPF stands for Sender Policy Framework and is an open standard to prevent sender address forgery. The way it works is that it stops email forgers from forging the sender address…

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