HTTP based APIs and webhooks in PowerMTA 5.0

The standard protocol for transferring email is SMTP and the MIME standard is used to encode emails before transfer. As the leading email delivery engine, PowerMTA’s implementation of SMTP is extremely robust and performant. It also supports the latest SMTP extensions for internationalisation, authentication and encryption. But SMTP and MIME do not communicate well with […]

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Categories: General, PowerMTA

PowerMTA configuration version control

Postmastery strongly encourages the use of a version control system for PowerMTA configurations. In this blog post, we will define version control, explain why PowerMTA configuration version control is important, and give you some guidelines on how to implement this on your own PowerMTA site. Version control: what, who, when and why?

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Categories: General, PowerMTA

PowerMTA 5.0: Using a proxy for email delivery

One new thing we are particularly excited about is PowerMTA 5.0 support for forward proxies: this allows delivery from IPs which don’t need to be co-located on the same server or subnet. In this blog post, we will explain this with a few use cases and introduce Postmastery’s MTA proxy for a ready-to-go solution. Use […]

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Categories: Authentication, Deliverability, General, PowerMTA

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