Intelligent emailing with Mysendmail
Boston, March 6, 2013. Mysendmail is a refreshing antidote to the struggles of on the go emailing faced most often by the corporate business traveler. Its free SMTP server program works out to be an effective time-saving automation.
Everyday netizens spend a lot of their time emailing. The activity has become so ingrained that to most of us it's not anything much different from regular online surfing. If you yourself spend considerable time online, a lot of that would probably be going into emailing activities.
No doubt an email connects the world today. If it's the business world, prominence is all the more. Emails are the most definitive constituent of business mobility--no matter where you're, you're always supposed to email.
However, business users don't always get it easy. Emailing on the go, even with the best in-class device and network support, can go awry. The most common culprit: SMTP Server. SMTP server is an intrinsic component that regulates flow of outgoing emails. It goes by default that a specific ISP has to tie in with a very specific SMTP server system for the whole email machinery to function.
On the go, however, there's too much of chop and change. You traverse a system of changing ISPs requiring correlation with corresponding SMTP servers. When that doesn't happen, emails get stalled.
This is where Mysendmail's Universal SMTP server comes in. This is a free SMTP server program which works towards procurement of SMTP services under changing ISP conditions. It restores SMTP settings when a device moves out of native ISP. This saves time, and more importantly, establishes steady connectivity.
Emails sent out on free webmail accounts or through ISP mail servers are not encrypted in entirety. Only the connection between the user device and their servers is in encryption. This creates opportunities for third-parties to snoop and access personal user data from a distance.
Mysendmail free SMTP server adheres to TSL/SSL--the most well-known robust standards of security and encryption. Â Additionally, there is password protection on every user account which straightway limits access only to the verified user.
Finally, every user can not only track but also keep logged details of each sent email. The best part is Mysendmail's easy setup; users can stroll their way into installing Mysendmail as their outgoing email server. Â To get started, registerÂ here.
Mysendmail is one of the trade brands of Uno Communications, Inc. an Internet Company incorporated in 2005. MySendMail supports its customers with Free SMTP services across USA, Canada, Europe and Asia. To know more, please visitÂ http://www.mysendmail.com