Archive for May, 2017

Introducing SpamExperts Email Inbox Filtering and Inbox Archiving

Takeshi EtoToday we announce two new services that we are introducing in partnership with SpamExperts, who offer premium email security solutions.

SpamExperts - Spam Filtering and Email ArchivingInbox Filtering
This is a premium spam filtering solution that will not only keep your inbox virtually free of spam, viruses and phishing, but also includes a powerful management portal, where you can easily setup whitelists and blacklists and review your email logs. You can also get daily quarantine summary report.

Managed SQL Has a New User Tool – and a New Name

Takeshi EtoWe have introduced a new tool to add SQL users to the Managed SQL section of Control Panel.

But…Managed SQL it isn’t called Managed SQL anymore. Now it’s Private SQL.

We recently introduced Private MySQL, and for the sake of consistency (and descriptiveness) we changed Managed SQL to Private SQL.

HTTPS on Everleap

Michael PhillipsWe recently published an article over on the DiscountASP.NET blog entitled, “https: who needs it?“, and it talks about all of the compelling reasons to implement HTTPS (via an SSL certificate) on your website. The tl;dr summary of that article is: You really need to implement HTTPS at your earliest convenience. Or maybe even before it’s convenient.

So yes, everyone needs to use https, and that includes us. We’ve gone through the Everleap website and made all the necessary changes, including forcing connections that come in on port 80 – normal HTTP connections – to HTTPS. You may have noticed we did the same on this blog, and our forum as well.