The Domain Works Inc, a premier 3rd party email
hosting provider based out of California, offered a unique challenge to
webmasters and web hosts this week regarding their email service.
The challenge, which was issued after receiving letters from clients thanking
The Domain Works (http://www.thedomainworks.com)
for their services, is designed to raise awareness of the problem that plagues
thousands of internet professionals.
-ItÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s amazing how many people deal with email problems on a monthly
basis,- said company CEO Errett Cord. -It is understandable for
web servers to go down occasionally, but not mail servers.-
The Domain Works provides outsourced email services, enabling email accounts
to be hosted on separate servers. The service is very advantageous for webmasters
and web hosts who may experience email problems when their web servers have
Unlike popular free email services such as GoogleÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s Gmail and MicrosoftÃƒÂ¢Ã¢â€šÂ¬Ã¢â€žÂ¢s
Hotmail, The Domain Works allows clients to keep their old email addresses.
-A simple switch of a few settings allows our clients to use email addresses
that are based off their own domain name, but hosted on our mail servers,-
In addition, the service provided by The Domain Works often dramatically reduces
lost productivity due to filtering of nuisance email messages.
-Our customers get email aliasing, mail groups, spam monitoring, redirects,
web mail access, POP3 access, and a customized control panel, all for no extra
charge,- said Cord.
Cord encourages web hosts to place customer contact and support emails on outsourced
servers so their customers can contact them in the event of a large scale outage.
-Every month we hear about a handful of datacenter outages that inconvenience
thousands of people, and web hosts whose email accounts have been affected are
unable to reach their clients,- said Cord.
-Companies can impress their customers by having open lines of communication
even when their servers are down. It just makes good sense-
For more information on email plans, visit http://www.thedomainworks.com/email_plans.php.