Prolateral Consulting Ltd
Prolateral Consulting Ltd
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Prolateral offers primary and backup domain (DNS) services, with servers in key geographic locations providing the best service possible.

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Why do I need outMail?

outMail is designed to solve most of the problems experienced when sending mail from your email application or server.

  • use outMail to send secure email from your mobile, PDA, Windows Mobile, Android or iPhone
  • use outMail to send secure email from your home
  • use outMail to send secure email from any SMTP server or SMTP application
  • use outMail to send secure email to a distribution list.
  • use outMail to send SMTP emails from your own mail servers, even if you are using a Dynamic DNS client from a dynamic IP Address
  • outMail supports SMTP emailing and sending via a RESTful API.

My ISP already provides me with SMTP outbound, do I need outMail?

Often, your ISP will let you send email only from within their network, allowing you send while connected to their service by Cable, DSL or mobile. If you take your laptop or phone connect to the Internet elsewhere your ISP will no longer allow you to relay email through them.

Traidionally this has meant setting up multiple outbound accounts for different ISPs.

Likewise ISPs often allow you to only send email using the address provided (eg jbloggs4312 @ispdomain.com) which is no use if you have your own domain name (john @acme.com)

With outMail - you can send from any Internet connection with only one account. No more managing multiple usernames and accounts - and no more anonymous 'home' email addresses.

I keep getting "Relaying Denied" messages, why?

Most ISPs will only allow their SMTP mail servers to accept your mail if you are local and using their Internet connection. Using outMail will solve this issue, you can use outMail to send SMTP email from anywhere on the Internet (even inside AOL's network).

 

 

Sending emails with my iPhone was easy until I connected to my WiFi at home and my ISP forces me to change the SMTP settings to them.

With outMail I have just one SMTP server regardless of location.

Carol Green, Luton, Beds