JangoSMTP Adds New Relays to Accommodate Large Volume
San Mateo, CA, Oct 09, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) --
JangoSMTP (http://www.jangosmtp.com), the world's first transactional email service, added new SMTP relay servers to their backup data center this week. JangoSMTP will use the extra equipment to process large email volumes on a secure platform.
SMTP (simple mail transfer protocol) relays transfer emails from one server to another. The JangoSMTP servers send email to its final destination in the delivery process.
"We brought the new servers online to help handle our ever-expanding volume of daily transactional emails sent via our SMTP relay service," said Dean Goodman, JangoMail's Chief Technology Officer.
Adding the new relays is the first step in the expansion to the company's new data center, which was developed to serve customers around the clock.
JangoSMTP is an advanced transactional email service provided by parent company, JangoMail. Customers can try JangoSMTP or email newsletter service, JangoMail for free without a credit card or contract. Over 200,000 organizations on six continents use JangoSMTP and JangoMail to stay in touch with their customers and prospects. JangoSMTP offers flexible pricing and unique features for entrepreneurs and businesses of all sizes and industries. To learn more, call 1-888-GO-JANGO or go to http://www.jangosmtp.com.
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