The Simple Mail Transport Protocol (SMTP) is the underlying technology that acts as the bedrock for e-mail delivery. In simple terms it is the language that mail servers use to communicate with each other and to move e-mail messages around the Internet.
Email bounce messages vary in format and wording; some are geeky and difficult to understand, while others seem like a short story telling you that you probably mistyped an email address. Regardless, it’s important to read through the bounce message, looking for key phrases and error messages that describe the problem if you’re to have[…]
How many letters you send every day with your outgoing mail SMTP server? One hundred? Perhaps one thousand?
With Internet-based intellectual property lawsuits on the rise, the question has become: how will Internet law keep up with the freedom of speech issues – and, to what degree will these laws affect the web hosting industry as a whole? The ramifications of some recent Internet litigation, and its impact on the web hosting industry[…]
Electronic Mail has existed in one form or another as far back as the 1960’s. People would leave messages for one another using a number of different methods on mainframe computers but it wasn’t until August 1982 when the Information Sciences Institute published The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP; RFC 821) that a standardized method[…]
Promotion via e-mail is a relatively new idea in the field of online marketing. With the help of e-mail marketing you can notify buyers or customers as well as current customers and customers about your company improvements. In general attaining out to individuals to notify them about your company means advertising in magazines or television[…]
Unless you’re an email geek, there’s a fat chance you’re oblivious to the SMTP server. the major force driving your email traffic. Most times, your good ol’ ISP provider configures its SMTP with your device. However, ISP’s have this knack of blocking Port 25 (the most common outgoing Port), in an effort to reduce spam.[…]
C# can send emails with the .NET Framework fairly easily, especially via the SMTP protocol. The SMTP protocol is a common way to send emails.
Mr. Smith just set up his own local SMTP server on his laptop. He is happy he could control his business even at a distance and he is going to go abroad. Now Mr. Smith will be disappointed – he will not be able to send emails through his new, shiny SMTP server. Why? When[…]
As you know, Auto Mail Sender works on the (E)SMTP protocol. So, to use Auto Mail Sender, you must have a SMTP account first.