Squidix is announcing a partnership with MailChannels, an outbound email filtering and delivery solutions provider for internet based companies. With MailChannels backing our email infrastructure, spammers know they’ve lost; and our customers can rest easy knowing that their email will be delivered without fear of bad network neighbors.
By leveraging MailChannels’ email technology, we’ve minimized email abuse, protecting all of our customers from the effects of so called “bad neighbors”. Our integration with MailChannels has yielded positive results, and already our customers are noticing the difference.
How does MailChannels work?
MailChannels is an email relay service that filters all outbound mail for spam. By managing the IP addresses from which mail is sent, MailChannels prevents blacklisting, thus ensuring that our customers have their emails successfully delivered to the intended recipients no matter what other users are doing.
MailChannels assists us in identifying spammers and getting them off of our network before they cause an issue, as opposed to having to “clean up the mess” afterwards – the cost of which is borne by our users.
How Squidix is Leveraging MailChannels Email Infrastructure
MailChannels is flexible for various flavors of email servers. We’re currently deploying MailChannels for all our cPanel based shared, reseller, and semi dedicated hosting services. Our deployment of their technology within our infrastructure involves relaying all email through their networks, and ensuring email delivery for all our customers.
No customer should ever have to worry about their host’s IP reputations. We’ve stepped up our game, and feel this puts us at a strong advantage over standard email solutions. Our customers can enjoy worry free email delivery, and not have to put up with the hassle of knowing a neighboring website may be compromised and commit to sending spam.
MailChannels Information & Getting Started
To get started, we recommend that our customers set up SPF (Sender Policy Framework) for their services. This step is not required, but ensures even higher email delivery for receiving email service providers who check SPF in a domain’s DNS.
You can read instructions on MailChannels’ web site.
MailChannels is our latest technology partner in our efforts to fight spam. To learn more about MailChannels, visit their web site at mailchannels.com.