SocketLabs On-Premises Email Server: Hurricane MTA
SocketLabs is excited to introduce the latest on-premises email server, Hurricane MTA , available with a host of new features which significantly enhance the overall user experience. Highlights include support for the latest security and encryption protocols, AMP and BIMI support, a new user interface, and even more delivery performance. With SocketLabs’ Hurricane MTA, customers whose data privacy and security standards require an on-premises email solution can now access to the latest and greatest in email delivery technology.
What’s New With SocketLabs Hurricane MTA
Hurricane MTA is coming to market with a ton of exciting new features that will improve email delivery and performance, security and encryption, and overall user experience. These new features are built on top of the solid foundation that is Hurricane MTA which helped pioneer the high-volume email industry when it was first introduced in 2007. Our Hurricane MTA comes standard with advanced mail stream segregation, automatic suppression lists, bounce processing, dynamic block rules, and so much more.
Now let’s see what’s been updated in the SocketLabs Hurricane on-premises email server:
1. Increased Performance
SocketLabs’ Hurricane MTA supports increased performance using the latest .NET framework and allows development of plug-ins and integrations using the latest Microsoft technologies.
2. MTA-STS Support
SocketLabs’ Hurricane MTA now supports MTA-STS (Mail Transfer Agent Strict Transport Security), becoming the first company to apply this security technology to their MTA for use on-premises and in the cloud. With MTA-STS, senders will be able to deliver their mail with confidence, using the latest and greatest form of email security available to allow safe, authenticated email transfer.
3. Secure HTTPS Engagement Tracking
Hurricane MTA will now support secure engagement tracking by allowing opens, clicks, and unsubscribes to use TLS encryption.
4. BIMI Header Signing in DKIM
BIMI adds a visual representation and confirmation of email authentication to your emails. More specifically, it allows companies to add an official brand or image logo to authenticated emails that clearly identifies them as such in the recipient’s inbox.
5. Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP) Support
AMP allows email senders to create a new level of user experience and interactivity. It enables emails to dynamically display information and support search, data entry, and commerce functions – just like a web browser. SocketLabs has also added support for secure AMP Engagement Tracking.
To read more about AMP, check out our blog here.
6. New User Interface
The new UI allows for better visualization of performance tracking and a better overall experience for users. New graphs and charts are also standard features, including complaint analysis, engagement analysis, failure analysis, and a variety of other vital email metrics.
With the release of Hurricane MTA, customers now have access to the latest email technologies in an on-prem setting. If you are interested in implementing SocketLabs Hurricane MTA, you can request more information here, or you can view some other resources below.