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We just released a new production release of Hurricane MTA Server and there are two things you should know about it: First, now our new Dynamic Block Rules are a part of the Smart Delivery Rules. Now, protecting your reputation is automatic. You can read more about Dynamic Block Rules here. Second, Smart Delivery Rules […]

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Protecting your email reputation is getting harder and harder, yet it is critical to successful delivery of marketing or transactional email. A large part of protecting your reputation includes honoring the requests of a seemingly infinite number of ISPs. So what is an emailer to do? The new Dynamic Block Rules in Hurricane MTA Server […]

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Please join us for a free webinar which will highlight the new features of Hurricane MTA Server released in June and how they can be used to protect your reputation and increase your email deliverability. The webinar will be offered at two dates/times: Tuesday July 14th 4PM EDT (click here to register) Tuesday July 21st […]

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One of the biggest updates in the new release of Hurricane MTA Server is built in feedback loop report processing. If you are not familiar with feedback loops, it is primarily used as a mechanism for ISPs to notify senders of the recipients that are reporting their mail as spam. Since these spam complaints damage […]

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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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Here is a handy list of feedback loop signup links.

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SSL support for outbound connections has been added to Hurricane MTA Server and can be enabled on a per-domain basis. Using SSL for outbound connections is required in certain circumstances for regulatory or policy compliance, usually in B2B mailings. For example, some institutions that deal with sensitive data (i.e. healthcare, financial) may require that all […]

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On a scale of 1-10 how would your subscribers rate your marketing email? Take a step back and think about it. Are you providing them with information that they would consider useful or just a sales pitch? When your subscribers see your message in their inbox, what emotion do you think they feel? What content […]

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Today Google owned Postini reported that worldwide spam levels had returned to levels not previously seen since before the shutdown of the McColo web hosting service 4 months ago.  After the shutdown of McColo spam levels fell nearly 70%.  Spam volumes have been steadily increasing this year by about 1.2% per day. The new technology […]

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