This is the ninth post in the 2017 FastMail Advent Calendar. The previous post was an insight into our activities at IETF. The next post is an Interview with David our Marketing Manager. Stay tuned tomorrow for the next update. This post could have been titled: "Why SELECT ... FOR
This is the sixth post in the 2017 FastMail Advent Calendar. The previous post was about the FastMail security mindset and this post outlines an example of how our philosophy turns into reality. The next post is about different ways people use Topicbox. Yesterday we talked about how we don’
This is the twenty fourth and final post in the 2016 FastMail Advent Calendar. Thanks for reading, and as always, thanks for using FastMail! Quick, where did this email come from and who was it sent to? From: PayPal <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: Rob Mueller <robm@
This is the twentieth post in the 2016 FastMail Advent Calendar. Stay tuned for another post tomorrow. Back in our 2014 advent series we talked about our DNS hosting infrastructure and our desire to support DNSSEC and DANE at some point in the future. It's been two years since then,
This is the seventeenth post in the 2016 FastMail Advent Calendar. Stay tuned for another post tomorrow. In its earliest days, email was an entirely text based affair. There was no bold or italic, no headings, no fonts; just text. Even more than that, the text itself had particular constraints.
This is the seventeenth post in the FastMail 2015 Advent Calendar. Stay tuned for another post tomorrow. For the last 20 years, spam has been a continuous issue for any email system administrator, and when they make it through any spam filtering system, ultimately a problem for email users as
Since we released our new interface over 3 years ago, the vast majority of users have moved to using it and love the improvements that it has brought. In a small but regular number of cases however, people are accidentally logging in to the old classic interface when they wanted
Oct 7, 2015 Welcome new readers arriving from Senator Scott Ludlam's recent Facebook post or Tweet. FastMail is a paid service, which means that you pay money in exchange for us running the service purely for you, the customer, rather than for advertisers. While we don't provide a free service,