Version 12.2 of EmailSuccess is now available. New features and improvements include: New granular retention options for message data, including separate retention for full body and messages headers. Integration with Apache Pulsar: an open-source distributed messaging...
Version 12.1 of EmailSuccess is now available.
This is a major release of the MTA that include a new Active/Passive cluster mode with share-nothing architecture and lots of perfomance and security improvements.
Version 11.22 of EmailSuccess is now available.
New features include a new “blackhole” Autotuning option, an improvement to DKIM and Header Update script and a new HerdDB release.
With EmailSuccess you can use wildcards when specifying MX record values for a provider’s “dnsnames” configuration. This allows you to catch all domains that are handled by MX records.
In the context of email deliverability and MTA functionality, often, one of the more frustrating aspects, is being able to handle, categorize and react to bounce messages. Why is it important? What are the consequences of ignoring ISP responses?
Companies requiring extreme levels of uptime or high levels of scalability due to load fluctuation, rely on the power of cluster systems to ensure their customers do not encounter problems in their usage experience.