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SocketLabs, the GDPR and Privacy Shield. What Email Senders Need to Know.

We are writing this article to let you know about the upcoming GDPR regulations, what we are doing at SocketLabs regarding our own compliance and ways that we may be able to help you with yours. As a trusted email delivery service, we hope to educate you on issues involving the use of our email […]...

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Email Lists, A Better Upload

Email Lists, A Better Upload

Uploading email lists can be challenging, but we have just made it much easier with our newly revamped list upload tools....

Introducing Email Image Management

Introducing Email Image Management

Now it is easier than ever to incorporate images in your email content...

Introducing API Templates

Introducing API Templates

Send email content programmatically using SocketLabs new API templates. Learn more about our email content templates, the benefits and how they work!...

Introducing Our New Email Designer

SocketLabs' new email designer enables anyone to easily create great looking email content! Try for Free today, and let us help design your emails....

A Look Back at 2014

A Look Back at 2014

Our SMTP relay and email delivery service grew tremendously in 2014. Here is a quick look back at all we accomplished last year....

The Top 5 Ways to Improve Your Email Results in 2015

The Top 5 Ways to Improve Your Email Results in 2015

Increase your email results in 2015 by following these 5 simple recommendations....

CASL – The New Canadian Anti-Spam Law, What You Need to Know

CASL – The New Canadian Anti-Spam Law, What You Need to Know

The New Canadian Anti-Spam Law known as CASL has gone into effect. Find out what it is and the importance of complying with this new anti-spam law....

Heartbleed Bug

Heartbleed Bug

As you may be aware, a serious bug in the OpenSSL library was recently discovered (CVE-2014-0160). The OpenSSL library handles SSL encryption for the majority of sites on the Internet. We conducted a prompt investigation on April 8th, 2014 and found only one vulnerable machine which was immediately mitigated. As an added precautionary measure, we […]...

Happy New Year, Thanks for a Great 2013!

Happy New Year, Thanks for a Great 2013!

I want to thank all of our customers, partners and fans for a great 2013, and to wish you all a very happy and successful new year! We accomplished quite a bit in 2013.  I can’t list everything, but I would like to share some of the highlights.  A word of warning first. This is […]...