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In Part 2 of our series on Inbound Parsing sample applications, we’re examining a simple web application built with Node.js, MongoDB, WebSockets, and D3.js. Though aimed more at developers, this post also might serve to inspire some business use cases for SocketLabs’ Inbound Parse feature. To start off, let’s take a peek at the front […]

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New API and Other Great New Features This past week we released some brand new Socketlabs On-Demand features and functionality that we think our customers are going to love.  We have a brand-new email API which we call our Notification API.  The new Notification API delivers real-time event tracking notifications (messages sent, failed, etc…) via […]

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The SocketLabs On-Demand delivery infrastructure allows for senders to tag each outbound message with two custom identifiers [MailingID, MessageID] that help improve reporting capabilites.  These values are included in the message header before SMTP injection, or they are specified as a parameter in the HTTP Injection API.  For more information on setting up these values […]

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SocketLabs is excited to announce some great new features to help you manage your Suppression List! If you are unfamiliar with the Suppression List page, it can be found in the Control Panel. Once you’ve selected a Server to manage just click on Configuration menu in the top menu bar and then select “View Suppression List”. Upon […]

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We are always hard at work trying to enhance your experience with our SocketLabs On-Demand service.  This week we released an update that contained some fantastic new enhancements.  If you haven’t already noticed, here is a quick overview of what we added. Searching in the Control Panel and API You will find it is much […]

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Over the past few months we have released some powerful new functionality into Hurricane MTA Server for our on-premise customers. Delivery Rule Overrides Delivery rule overrides enable you to globally override all delivery rules for an account. For example, if you wanted to change the throttling for an account to 50 messages per hour, per […]

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We built an auto-responder that can be used to test your email bounce processing and feedback loop processing systems. Feel free to use it for your testing purposes. [email protected] Auto responds to From address with a feedback loop report in ARF format. [email protected] Auto responds to the Return-Path with a bounce message. As a side […]

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Hurricane MTA Server’s event-driven plugin API has long been one of its greatest features and strengths. It enables real-time event-driven integration and data push capabilities never before seen in an MTA. Interfaces like IOutboundSMTPConncetion and its OnSent(), OnFail() and OnDefer() event methods allow developers to handle real-time events with .Net code just as easy as […]

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One of the cool new events supported by the new IDynamic plugin API interface is OnFeedbackLoopParsed which can be fired each time a feedback loop report is received and processed by Hurricane MTA Server. The following code illustrates how the event can be handled by your code. If you have not read about the new […]

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