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Email Continuity for Internal Mail Server with External Filtering

Email flow during downtime

Email flow when primary mail server becomes available

Email Continuity for Internal Mail Server with External Filtering - Downtime

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Email Continuity for Internal Mail Server with External Filtering - Server Restored

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Learn more about Email Continuity or compare our solutions below.

 

Shared Email Continuity

Pros

Cons

  • Costs less
  • Suitable for smaller companies
  • Can access email from any Web-based email service or POP3 account
  • Email appears to originate from your primary mail server
  • Actions of other clients may affect your service
  • Limited amount of storage space
  • No ability to maintain a mini-archive of email history in the accounts

 

VPS Email Continuity

Pros

Cons

  • Ability to add multiple domains
  • Offers more administrative control
  • Ability to access email from Webmail service, POP3, or IMAP account
  • Emails appear to come from primary email server
  • Optional add-on to maintain a 30, 60, or 90-day email history within each user's account for reference during primary mail server downtime
  • More secure and efficient than our Shared environments
  • If you are purchasing this service for all employees and/or clients, and maintaining a "mini-archive" in these accounts, you will need a larger VPS.
  • If you see your VPS Email Continuity system beginning to reach full capacity, you must request additional disk space before reaching 80% capacity.
  • You must allow the Webservio IP ranges to deliver to your filtering device(s), and/or primary mail server.

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