This month’s SMTP2GO updates include a range of stability and bug fixes. We have also implemented some delivery improvements. Adjustments are continually made to our hard/soft bounce classification system, to ensure that it stays as accurate as possible. We have added and classified a significant number of known responses given by recipient mail servers. Email […]
SMTP2GO improved weekly bounce reporting service has recently been enabled. The weekly reports include only true, hard bounces. A hard bounce is an email address that has proven to be undeliverable, and will never accept email in the future. The only truly accurate method of determining whether a bounce is hard or soft is to […]
We have had reports that the ISP Orange, in France, has blocked the use of any external SMTP server other than their own. This is the only ISP in the world that we are currently aware of that has implemented this very strict policy. If you are using SMTP2GO, it is still worth trying to […]
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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