McDonalds has recently announced (as of mid-January 2010) that its Wifi service, something that you previously had to pay for, is now completely free! This is great news for everyone with a laptop or iPhone who needs to access their email while on the road. McDonalds has also introduced strict rules for sending emails, so […]
Verizon Wireless has shut down their SMTP service as of Saturday, August 29th, 2009. The announcement on their website said the following: “After a careful analysis of email messaging, Verizon Wireless has decided to no longer keep and maintain the SMTP Mail Relay Service. As part of our commitment to ensure that our customers are […]
Xerox WorkCentres have a feature called ‘Scan to E-mail’ which can be used to send emails. The feature works great as long as you have an SMTP server that can either authenticate using what is known as ‘POP before SMTP authentication’, or can authenticate based on the sender’s IP address or ‘From’ email address. SMTP2GO […]
Many devices have a need to send emails through an SMTP server. The problem that many people face is that some of these devices do not have any place in their settings to enter an SMTP username or password — otherwise known as SMTP authentication. In order to get these devices to work, you need an […]
Some Sharp fax machines require a certain type of SMTP server in order to be able to send emails. SMTP2GO provides an SMTP server that can authenticate senders based on their IP address, or their ‘from’ email address, meaning that it works with fax machines that are unable to send an SMTP username or password. Two examples of […]
Recently Gmail has provided a new feature which allows their users to get around a problem which has been complained about for years. The old problem was this: if you wanted to send emails from an email address that is not your Gmail email address, you had to accept the fact that many email clients […]
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