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LuxSci Outbound Email: 5 Sending Options Compared!

Thursday, March 6th, 2014

It used to be that to send an email, you had very few choices and even less control over what happened once the message was sent, how many emails you could send, or how you connected to the Internet to send email.  Well, times have changed, the Internet has evolved, users are more savvy, and expectations are much higher.

Today, LuxSci offers (more than) five different ways to send outbound email, each geared to particular uses and needs.  In this article, we will describe each method, examine the pros and cons, and end with a  feature chart.  Our goal is to make your outbound email shopping experience straightforward and to provide you with an email service appropriate for your needs.

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iPhone: The Ultimate Mobile Email Client?

Wednesday, January 21st, 2009

The iPhone from Apple is an amazing Smart Phone, if not a mini personal computer in itself.  We at LuxSci have been using iPhones since they were first available in 2007 and we have optimized our Xpress WebMail portal with a mobile-centric interface inspired by the iPhone and come out with MobileSync push email and contact/calendar sync services that work beautifully with iPhone and other mobile devices.  Many of our clients use an iPhone or other Internet-enabled mobile device with our email services. The time seems right to share some of our knowledge and experience with iPhones.

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Enhancements to LuxSci’s Forced SSL Feature

Saturday, December 17th, 2005

LuxSci has previously permitted account administrators to force everyone in their account to use only secure (over SSL) connections to POP, IMAP, SMTP, and WebMail. This feature has been extended to manage SSL use on a per-domain or per-user basis. Additionally, LuxSci has improved the Forced SSL feature so that it supports secure SMTP usage on any LuxSci SMTP ports, not just ports 465 and 6465. Sending email securely on ports 25, 80, 587, 2025, and 6025 is now permitted with “Forced SSL” enabled. Forced SSL is now compatible with any modern email client in combination with any other LuxSci outbound email features in use.