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You may know what spam is, but do you know the history of spam? Since SocketLabs is all about email and helping you get your messages safely to the inbox, we wrote a detailed blog article about the fascinating history of spam. You can read it here. In addition to the blog article, here’s a […]

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  Do You Know the History of Spam? This article will get you up to speed on the history of spam. But first, let’s quickly define what spam is. There are many definitions of spam but for the sake of simplicity lets define spam as the mass transmission of unwanted messages. Though it wasn’t called […]

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Are You Ready to Send More Email over the Holiday Season? Did you know that during the holidays we tend to see email traffic increase by up to 30% platform wide? Well, the holidays are fast approaching and if you’re planning to send more email during the holiday season then now is the perfect time […]

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In our last blog article we discussed how recipient engagement is becoming the cornerstone of modern anti-spam systems. We took an in-depth look at open and click data from our customers and explained how this can be used to correlate the perceived desirability of messages to recipients. The article brought out a lot of questions […]

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Spam filtering used to be a cut and dry affair, very binary, black and white. Mail was either spam or it was not spam. Analyzing a message and deciding the bucket for each was also a simple process. For the most part filtering technology scaled well along with the rise of the internet. DNS blacklists, the […]

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With news of recent vulnerability disclosures, account compromises, and various data breaches, security is a very hot topic in the IT world. Here at SocketLabs we are fully committed to the security and protection of our hosted email solutions, customers, and their data. As you may know, we’ve touched on some of these points and […]

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The Hurricane MTA Server (HMS), when administered by an email deliverability professional, is able to efficiently process large volumes of email messages. While the HMS is a powerful system by itself, if there is a need to scale to truly large volumes of email, one is not enough. When using two or more Hurricane MTA […]

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The Situation It’s been a bad year for passwords. LinkedIn, eHarmony, Home Depot, Last.fm, Yahoo (the list goes on and on), have all been hacked to one degree or another and had the password hashes of many tens of millions of users uploaded to various hacking forums for all to see. In a perfect world […]

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Did you know that the registration information on file for your domain could impact your ability to reach the inbox? This data can also affect your compliance with laws like CAN-SPAM and CASL. The problem is that you likely didn’t think twice about the information you provided during the registration process. You may have even […]

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Start Simple With Responsive HTML Email Design In the world of transactional and marketing email, the actual process of coding your content into HTML and CSS has been described as a black art. A large variety of differing email clients rendering your messages, each with a different level of standards (non)compliance, and the need to […]

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