10 Tips for Email Marketing Success

 10 Tips for Email Marketing Success
There is much more to email marketing than sending a mass promotion to everyone on your list. By taking the time to get to know your target audience, you will be able to ensure that your campaigns are personalized, relevant, and timely. Here are 10 tips for email marketing success:1) Have a mobile strategy that helps you collect email addresses
2) Offer incentives
3) Confirm and double optin your email subscribers
4) Keep communication to the point
5) Let the user decide how often they would like to hear from you
6) Use data to make decisions
7) Give people options
8) Automate automate automate
9) Make sure your automated processes work flawlessly
10) Test, test, test!

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How to Recover When Hackers Invade Your Email

Hacking is everywhere in the news these days, and for good reason: it is becoming a bigger problem. Just ask Anthem, the United States’ second-largest health insurer. Anthem announced in February that it had suffered a major breach. Although no electronic medical records were compromised, sensitive user information was: names, addresses, and Social Security numbers. In fact, 79 million individuals’ data– current and former customers, employees, and even non-customers – was taken. State-sponsored Chinese academic researchers are widely believed to be responsible.

Just as with Sony (which experienced a slash-and-burn attack the FBI says came from North Korea), the hackers are believed to have been inside the Anthem system for months. Not wanting to be rude to its houseguests, Anthem left all of its user account information unencrypted (reportedly because encryption is inconvenient).

It can happen to anyone

In November, Suzanne Kantra of Techlicious received an email from a personal acquaintance asking her in broken English to go to a certain website. Upon further research, Kantra realized that she was receiving the message from a server in Russia that wanted her to come check out its sexy new malware.

“When I checked in with her another way,” Kantra explained, “she already knew about the problem—the hacker’s message had gone out to her entire address book—and she was quite concerned.”

Kantra, the former technology editor for Popular Science, gave her friend the following checklist to enhance her email security and recover from the breach.

Use a different password

Your #1 priority is to prevent the intruder from continuing to access your email. You want a hyper-secure password that is completely dissimilar to the previous one. For example, if your hacked password is beetlejuicebeetlejuice, your new one should not be beetlejuicebeetlejuicebeetlejuice. Plus, if Beetlejuice is listed as your favorite movie on Facebook, it probably should not be your password.

One way to approach the password is with a strong random password generator, which I highly recommend. The one issue with randomizing is that your passwords become virtually impossible to remember. An alternative is to base your password on a sentence. “For example,” offered Kantra, “ ‘I go to the gym in the morning’ turns into ‘Ig2tGYMitm’ using the first letter of each word in the sentence, mixing uppercase and lowercase letters and replacing the word ‘to’ with ‘2.’”

Get back ownership

Your hacker may have changed the locks on you, leaving you out in the cold. To get access back, you can typically go through the password retrieval system, accessible through the login page.

Set up 2FA

You may be familiar with two-factor authentication, which some of the hip older kids are calling 2FA. This protection requires you to be authenticated twice, typically via a code that is delivered by text message or through a mobile app.

Look through the account settings

A cybercriminal will often care so much about you that they want to help you back up your email within their very own email account via forwarding. However, you may prefer that your hacker not be reading all your mail. Turn off the forwarding.

Look at your signature as well, where the hacker may be advertising to everyone.

Finally, check that your auto-responder hasn’t been co-opted by the hacker.

Delete their software

You also need to get rid of any malware. Run your current program or do a full scan with Malwarebytes, which has a free version.

Kantra gives the application a strong thumbs-up: “I recommend running Malwarebytes even if you already have another anti-malware program; … Malwarebytes has resolved problems for me that even Symantec’s Norton Internet Security wasn’t able to resolve.”

Don’t forget about your other devices – anywhere you check your accounts. Run your anti-malware program there as well.

If you find malware, quarantine it (through the anti-malware app). Then switch to another password (since the malware may have detected your first password change).

Follow the trail of hacking

Kantra mentions her mother-in-law, who used to keep her login details for all her accounts in a specified message folder. She was hacked, and the intruder was able to wreak additional havoc by using her own filing system.

You probably have emails with these sensitive details. Search for “password.” Switch out anything that hackers might have seen. Look over your statements if you think they might have accessed any financial accounts.

If you have reused the identical login credentials on other sites, change those ones as well.

Notify your contacts

Check your outbox to see what the hacker has accomplished for you in terms of correspondence. If you disagree with their recommendations to take advantage of a sale at an Indonesian shoe site, follow up with friends to let them know that you are actually not part of an international footwear pyramid scheme.

Enact preventive measures

As suggested above, it’s a wise idea to use a random password generator and to diversify your passwords.

Kantra’s friend used a variety of complex passwords, and she didn’t even have malware on her PC. However, she wasn’t being careful about the devices she was using, accessing her email through a computer in the lobby of a hotel.

Hotel lobby computers are typical targets for hacker tools called keyloggers that record each keystroke you enter. Kantra stresses that PCs in public places “are often poorly secured and get used by dozens of people every day who don’t think twice about logging into their email or bank accounts or entering credit card information to make a purchase.” Expect a public computer to be contaminated. Wear a surgical mask and gloves.

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By Kent Roberts

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Is LinkedIn an Email Hacker’s BFF?

This article on +CIO by Information Security professional Trevor Christiansen explains how easy it is for a #hacker to build an employee #email list, simply by searching for an organization on #LinkedIn, that he/she can then target with a #phishing #scheme to access usernames and #passwords. This information can then be used to breach the #network and steal valuable credit card or other #data – and your company’s worst nightmare has just begun.

So what is a company to do? Quit using LinkedIn? In today’s socially connected workplace, that hardly seems a viable option.

Christiansen recommends investing in a training program to help your employees learn to recognize and resist phishing scams. He also suggests that a simple statement that clearly defines how your company handles network security information, such as “we will never ask for your username and password” will go a long way toward preventing employees from falling victim to such scams.

Finally, having a clear reporting process for suspicious activity before it becomes a full-blown network attack will go a long way toward keeping your business-critical data safe and sound.

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Dropmyemail Archive APS Package approved and published on APS Standard

Your favorite email archiving solution is now available for all Parallel Automation users on APS Standard Catalogue.  This release allows service providers and hosters the opportunity to easily sell and customers to seamlessly buy and use the service.

Dropmyemail is an award winning email backup solution. It launched its email archiving solution in mid 2014. The service has already been adopted by a popular service provider in Australia. With features such as advanced search, unlimited storage, admin panel, alert configuration, download and restore, DME Archiver has successfully captured all requirements of a fully compliant email archiving service which includes legal discovery and investigations, regulatory and compliance and business continuity. Advance features such as insights (resorting and AI), email migrations, user access level management, infinite storage and attachment managers give its users something extra for their money.

Resellers and partners are the core of the dropmyemail business. With that philosophy in mind, the new APS package equips its high end partners with this powerful email archiving solution while reducing the product integration time.

The APS solution has been specifically design for simplicity. Once integrated the partners can activate their users with just a click of a button and also ensure correct billing, order provisioning and automatic fulfillment with much ease and elegance. Features such as  Single-Sign-On (SSO) makes the entire setup process invisible to end customers as they are now able to use the archiver service from day one.

Tens of thousands of users have already signed up to the Dropmyemail Archiver solution. Soon other products such as dropmyemail email backup, dropmysite website and database backup will also be available on APS Standard as Dropmysite Pte Ltd continues to reach newer heights every month.

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Dropmyemail Launches new portal for resellers

Your favorite email backup / archiving solution provider Dropmyemail recently launched its new reseller portal. Through this reseller portal, partners of dropmyemail will now be able to perform user / account management, plan management, pricing, order provisioning, order fulfillment and many more.

New reseller portal

Within the 1st month of its launching, this new reseller portal has seen new partners and launches from India, Singapore, Dubai, South Africa, New Zealand and The United States. This portal will now be used to communicate between dropmyemail and all its partners and soon many new features will be added to it. This reseller portal forms an integral part of the company’s Automated Reseller Provisioning Platform (ARPP). By using ARPP, smaller resellers can integrate with dropmysite and dropmyemail without any plugin / API installation.

As part of this platform partners / resellers are able to:

  1. Access to Dropmyemail reseller portal
  2. A co-branded / white labeled domain though which the partner’s end users can login and access their backup dashboards.


About DropMySite and DropMyEmail

Dropmysite is an industry leader in cloud backup technologies offering secure and easy to-use services to SMBs around the globe.  Dropmysite was launched on in 2012 at DEMO Asia, the leading event for the best and brightest companies to launch to a global audience, and awarded the “DemoGURU” and “Freedom” Award.  Its two primary products are:

  1. Email backup service is specifically designed for personal and small businesses users and they use POP3 / IMAP Protocols to backup emails once a day. The solution works with any mailbox server. Simplicity is achieved using a 2 step sign-up process, which does not require any technical expertise. Advanced features such as attachment managers, download, restore and migration are offered to all end users.
  2. Email Archiver is specifically designed to cater to archiving needs of small and medium businesses with advanced business and compliance requirements. Using this service, SMBs can not only archive all their company emails but also manage access controls to archived emails across departments. With rich features such as advanced search, unlimited storage, admin panel, attachment manager, alert configuration, download, migration and restore, DME Archiver has successfully captured all requirements of a fully compliant email archiving service which includes legal discovery and investigations, regulatory and compliance and business continuity.

For more information, visit: https://www.dropmyemail.com/reseller

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SaaS email archiving helps you meet compliance challenges

There are numerous industries with regulatory compliance requirements for data. But one industry that stands above the rest in sheer numbers is health care. In the US, health care now costs $8,233 per year per person, a whopping 17.7 percent of our GDP. The Wall Street Journal shows Health Care as the industry that dominates all others in the US, having had a consistent increase since the 90’s.

This industry processes massive quantities of data per year in support of patient health and billing. It’s recommended that doctors draw upon this information to notify their patients via emails of appointments, test results and to provide them with treatment advice. This has been proven effective in improving patient health, but it’s also highly regulated. As you’ll see, archiving health related email, especially with SaaS, may be vital to protecting both patients and providers.

SaaS archiving provides essential data security

When your Email contains data that requires regulatory compliance, an effective and automatic SaaS archiving solution can provide you with the data security your customers seek. Secure storage and instant updates with zero downtime can protect companies and organizations from the burdens of difficult to find data as well as from legal liability.

Many industries require that records be kept for a specific amount of time. These include medical records, which must be retained for 6 years, and credit card records as specified by PCI-DSS, which must be retained for 1 year. In addition the first 3 months of data easily accessible. IRS recommends that employers keep all records of employment for employees and contractors for 4 years.

HIPAA Email Compliance

Patient health information is protected by the Health Insurance Portability Act (HHS) of 1996. The Department of Health and Human Services is responsible for the development of health regulations protecting health information privacy. This information is handled and updated by many health related organizations, including hospitals, laboratories, private health practices and third party billing agencies.

The HIPAA Privacy Rule specifies national standards for health information privacy. It provides federal protections for health information records held by organizations covered by this rule, while extending patient privacy rights.

There are no specific HIPAA standards for email archiving, but archiving emails containing PHI data makes ePHI more secure. The best methodology begins with risk analysis according to the Security Rule, and should be the first step in compliance. This is an ongoing process that informs an organization of risks to the confidentiality, integrity and availability of ePHI data.

The Security Rule permits sending ePHI, such as email. It also establishes standards for access control, integrity, and transmission security that guard against unauthorized access to electronic PHI sent by email. The Rule’s transmission security requirements mandate the use of encryption, with allowance for electronic PHI to be sent over an open, secure network.

The HITECH Act of 2010 amended previous HIPAA requirements, adding penalties for violation of a patient’s HIPAA rights. According to the American Medical Association, the current fine for HIPAA violation is $1.5 million.

How does archiving protect companies with regulatory mandates?

When regulated information such as email with HIPAA data in it is lost, so is notification proof and other record communication. The organization that has no archive has no control over future related proceedings. Archived email might be the proof needed in future litigation. Since HIPAA regulations are becoming stricter as time progresses, archiving email may be prudent.

Litigation is a common occurrence in the healthcare industry. Organizations protected by e-PHI data that has been archived and is easy to access have an excellent defense that can help them avoid devastating penalties.

Securing and retaining email in a way that’s easily retrievable allows organizations to find data quickly and protects them from serious data loss.

One of HIPAA’s mandates is the Six-Year Retention Rule. All PHI records must be securely stored for 6 years. ePHI emails can be securely archived using the latest SaaS based internet backup technologies for emails, databases and websites. Dropmysite, a technology leader in SaaS-based internet backup, offers resellers the resources to ensure their clients’ data is archived in full compliance with regulatory specs such as HIPAA.

Security and retention concerns apply to EU and UK data management as well. A sample of EU and UK laws that protect email security are:

UK Data Protection Act  – It states that individuals have the right to receive a copy of their personal data that is held by others. Organizations must ensure that there is adequate security to protect personal data. Unauthorized or unlawful processing of personal data must be protected from accidental loss. Legislated document retention periods across Europe vary by country.

EU Directive 95/46/EC is known as the Data Protection Directive.  It specifies that data not be retained for longer than necessary for purposes indicated and must be stored safely.

Our cloud platform helps businesses and resellers securely backup, recover and protect email data. Employing the latest cloud delivery model lessens management complexity, eliminates high capital expenditure and reduces on-going costs. Resellers are our core business and we support them with a multi-tiered reseller program that provides technical support, sales and marketing support, dashboards, tools and more. Our comprehensive understanding of evolving technological trends and the customer needs makes Dropmysite the best backup solution suite for mobile, websites and emails.

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Dropmymobile the most secured mobile cloud solution

It wasn’t long ago that “the cloud” was looked at as a somewhat mysterious new technology that aimed to change the way we use devices of all types. At its core, cloud-based technology allows users to have access to all of their information from any device on Earth with an Internet connection. Do you need to take a document with you home from work to finish editing it? Put those CDs or flash drives away and just upload it to the cloud. Are you collaborating with classmates on a particular project and want to be able to easily track changes and make sure that everyone has access to the latest information? The cloud can do all of that and more.

Instead of storing files locally on the user’s hard drive, cloud-based technology stores these devices on a series of servers that are always connected to the Internet. Not only is this a great way to expedite file sharing and free up space on local hard disk drives, but it’s also a great way to make sure that all of your information is safe and secure. In the event that your hard drive crashes, for example, you don’t have to worry about it having taken weeks or even years of precious documents along with it. They’re all safe and secure in the cloud where they belong.

Many cloud technology providers even offer military grade encryption features that are designed to prevent anything from happening to important and personal information. Apple was one of the biggest companies to take a bold step in the direction of a cloud-based world, having integrated a service called iCloud into all mobile devices running iOS 7. When paired with a Mac OS X device running the latest version of that operating system, the benefits were clear. Any time you added a new piece of information to the “Contacts” application on your MacBook, for example, you didn’t have to then switch over to your iPhone and make the same adjustment. So long as you were syncing everything with your iCloud account, all information is always in all places at the same time.

The same held true for pictures. You didn’t have to worry about syncing your iPhone with iTunes to back up all of those great personal pictures that you’ve taken with your device over the years. Simply log into iCloud on both your iPhone and your computer and the pictures are in both places automatically. iCloud truly appeared to be a safe, secure way to make sure that you always have access to your important information wherever you go.

That is, until recent events have thrust the iCloud service and Apple in general into the news for all of the wrong reasons. With a Smartphone as popular as the iPhone, it is not unreasonable to believe that a huge number of different types of people all use the device on a daily basis – from regular Joes to celebrities and everyone in between.

In early September of 2014, it was revealed that a lengthy hack had been taking place of Apple’s iCloud servers for quite some time. The nude and risqué photographs of dozens of celebrities, including actresses like Jennifer Lawrence of “X-Men: Days of Future Past” and “The Hunger Games,” were leaked onto the Internet through a website called 4chan. These pictures weren’t stolen along with the celebrities’ cell phones. The celebrities didn’t give someone unauthorized access to their hard disk drives and ended up paying dearly for it. The hack was the result of lax security protocols in the iCloud service that people had previously put so much of their trust in.

The hack itself proved to be quite intricate in nature. For starters, there was no one “mystery hacker” that was distributing all of the pictures onto the Internet. Though not all information is available, it seemed to be the results of dozens of people all working in tandem over a period of several months or even years. These individuals would gain access to iCloud accounts through “brute force” methods – in general, they simply guessed the passwords that celebrities used to protect their accounts using challenge questions and publicly available information on the Internet.

If your challenge question is “What was the name of your favorite pet?” and you’re just a regular person, you probably don’t have too much to worry about. When you’re a celebrity, the chances are high that you’ve been asked and have answered that question many times in interviews over the years.

The leak itself has still not officially stopped. There is currently a third wave of pictures that are hitting the Internet and the pace shows no signs of slowing down. There is no telling exactly how many pictures were stolen and the total number of people they were stolen from until the proverbial dust truly settles.

The recent iCloud hack is just one example of why services like Dropmymobile are so important. Dropmymobile is the exact type of service that is designed for people who have ever worried about losing their phone, keeping track of multiple devices or even falling prey to prying eyes. Dropmymobile.com is a product that allows you to back up all data of Android devices to a secured server not only so that you have quick and immediate access to it in the future, but so that you don’t have to worry about the types of security breaches that iCloud celebrities fell prey to. Information is stored with military grade encryption to ease concerns.


Dropmymobile even has a “Paranoid Mode” which gives the user a secret key to access all of their important information that is known only to them. The key is not saved anywhere except in the user’s head, making it impossible for a hacker to find out about it.

Dropmymobile currently has a special promotion that allows users to get 10 gigabytes of cloud-based data for free for ten full months using code DMM1010. This is in addition to the five gigabytes of space that new users already get when downloading the product in the first place.

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Dropmyemail is now OX ready

Dropmyemail were the proud gold sponsors of the Open-Xchange summit 2014 that was help in Munich this year. At this event, CEO Charif Elansari and COO Ridley Ruth launched the new OX DME plugin developed by the dropmyemail team.

OX summit

“We are very excited about the release of our new Open Exchange plugin which allows a seamless integration of our email back up and email archiving products into the Open Exchange email platform”, says Ridley Ruth, the new COO of Dropmysite, “The plugin makes our products easy for small and medium sized businesses to add users by automatically retrieving all of the email credentials while at the same time reducing the support cost and burden for our partners.”

Dropmysite is the industry leader in cloud backup and archiving. Their cloud platform helps SMB’s and prosumers securely backup, recover and protect all their website, email and mobile data.

OX Plugin Snapshot

OX Plugin Snapshot

Their product “Dropmyemail” (DME) is one of the best cloud based email backup and archive solution available today specially designed for SMBs and they can archive and backup any email from any mail server. Features such as multiple user access levels, attachment manager, advanced search and eDiscovery, alert management and email migration enhance the user experience and empowers the user not only to safeguard but also to effectively manage their emails. The product has already some great success in APAC.

The company Open-Xchange, started with development of a Linux-based email solution now develops, markets and sells web-based communication, collaboration and office productivity software. More than 80 m users use these OX services through a network of over 80 cloud and hosting providers, telcos and local internet services.

Through its OX plugin, dropmyemail aims to provide their highly reliable email backup and archiving solution to all users of OX Suite via partners all over the globe. “Partners are the core of our business”, says Udit Berlia, Business Development manager for Dropmysite “and with the new OX plugin we will be able to offer our service to a much wider audience globally. We already have cPanel, WHMCS, Plesk, APS 2.0 and APIs for our services. OX Plugin will complete our integration offerings to our partners.”

The plugin is design to be simple and intuitive. Features such as single sign-on will provide the seamless access of the DME application from the OX control panels. This will eliminate the need to configure email settings for users as they will be able to use DME immediately after they sign up for the service. This plugin will be available in both braded and white labeled formats to all the partners.


Dropmysite was launched on 1 March 2012 at DEMO Asia, the leading event for the best and brightest companies to launch to a global audience, and awarded the “DemoGURU” and “Freedom” Award. Since then, Dropmysite has been featured on Angels’ Gate, Wall Street Journal, VentureBeat, Business Times and CNBC. The company was selected amongst the Top 20 startups by Singapore Business Review. Dropmysite has offices in 4 countries (US, India, Japan, Singapore).

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Industry backup leader, Dropmysite, hires Ex-GM of CloudFlare as COO

Singapore, Aug 26th 2014 – Ex-General Manager of StopTheHacker at CloudFlare, Inc., Ridley Ruth, has joined Dropmysite, as their new Chief Operating Officer. This addition sees Dropmysite strengthening their position as the leader in cloud backup and archiving.


Ridley brings more than 15 years of industry knowledge to the Dropmysite Team.  His previous experience is in the areas of sales, marketing, business development and operations where he specialized in search engine optimization, website marketing, security as well as hard drive and software computer forensic duplication.  His last role was with CloudFlare running StopTheHacker as General Manager.

As Dropmysite continues to build quality products and sign up partnership deals around the world, it attracts more seasoned industry veterans to join. Ruth, will bring more than 15 years of experience in strategic partnerships and product management to the business.

“The importance of backing up your company’s website data has never been more important with 30,000 websites being hacked daily,” says Ruth. “Many customers cannot afford expensive security software to protect their website however for a few dollars a month Dropmysite makes it as easy as one click for customers to restore to a backup copy of their website or database when hacked.”

Ruth is among other experienced personnel on board like CEO, Charif El Ansari (ex-Google). Ruth’s move will bring even more credibility to the company that aims to backup the Internet.

 “Ridley was a natural choice as COO with his stellar track record and deep relevant experience. We are thrilled to having Ridley on board as Dropmysite rapidly expands its global footprint,” says Charif El Ansari, CEO of Dropmysite.

In 2012, Ruth was the VP of Sales at StopTheHacker, a SaaS based website security company. The firm built an artificial intelligence engine for detecting unknown malware on websites that can automatically remove malicious code as well as scan a companies’ Facebook wall.

With Ruth’s help, the company’s prominence caught the attention of CloudFlare, who acquired it 10 months ago. CloudFlare operates a highly-available global network that has security measures built into every layer and regularly clocks in lightning-fast speeds. In the acquisition, Ruth was appointed General Manager at StopTheHacker.

Along with his impressive resume, huge array of applicable skill sets and wide network of contacts, Ruth will build upon the great work already done on email, website and database cloud backups.

“I look forward to working with the leadership team to position Dropmysite for growth and enhance the way we serve our customers and present our company to the marketplace,” said Ruth. “I believe that Dropmysite can become the world leader in website, email and mobile backup technologies,”




Additional information:

Dropmysite / Dropmyemail:

Dropmyemail was launched on 1 March 2012 at DEMO Asia, the leading event for the best and brightest companies to launch to a global audience, and awarded the “DemoGURU” and “Freedom” Award.

Today, this startup has been featured on CNBC, Wall Street Journal, Venture Beat, Tech Crunch and more. The company was selected amongst the hottest 20 startups by Singapore Business Review in 2013. The combined websites of Dropmysite / Dropmyemail has almost 1 million signups, offices in 4 countries (San Jose, USA / Mumbai, India / Tokyo, Japan / Singapore) and the website is translated into 10 languages (English / Traditional Chinese / Simplified Chinese / Hindi / Spanish / Korean / Japanese / Bahasa Indonesia / Thai / Portuguese).

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DME takes a new look with a new email archive product

Your favorite email backup / archiving solution Dropmyemail has completely revamped their website www.dropmyemail.com in order to consolidate personal and business solutions and include partnership plans.

Dropmyemail has recently introduced a new archiving product DME Archiver especially designed for small and medium business. The website also highlights the partnership programs through which hosting companies and service providers can easily connect with the dropmyemail team and resell these services packaged in a branded or white labeled solution. This conforms to the company’s plans to have resellers and partners in every country across the globe.

“With the new Dropmyemail website, we sought to bring all of our award-winning services under one roof, making it easier for users to select the service that fits their needs,” says Charif ElAnsari, CEO of Dropmysite, the company that developed the dropmyemail product. “With the launch of Dropmyemail Archiver, we now have the full range of email backup solutions for our users’ peace of mind and compliance.”

Email backup service is specifically designed for personal and small business users and they use POP3 / IMAP Protocols to backup emails once a day. The solution works with any mailbox server. Simplicity is achieved using a 2 step sign-up process, which does not require any technical expertise. Advanced features such as attachment managers, download, restore and migrate functions are also available.

Dropmyemail has also introduced its email archiving service DME Archiver to cater to small and medium businesses with advanced business and compliance requirements. Using this service, SMBs can archive all their company emails and also manage access controls to archived emails across departments.

With rich features such as advanced search, unlimited storage, admin panel, attachment manager, alert configuration, download, migrate and restore, DME Archiver has successfully captured all requirements of a fully compliant email archiving service which includes legal discovery and investigations, regulatory and compliance and business continuity.

Resellers and partners are the core of dropmyemail business and with this philosophy in mind, Dropmyemail has launched 3 partnership plans on their reseller’s page on the new website. Using this new page, partners can now easily connect with the dropmyemail team and upsell these services using a branded or a white labeled solution in a revenue share model. 

Launched in early July 2014, the new website has already received tens of thousands of pageviews with visitors from 118 countries across the globe.

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