As you may know, through the dashboard of the Marketing Suite you can configure the so-called sender domains. In this feature we made a small change.
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This week we're installing HTTPS certificates for the tracking domains of all our customers. We use the Let's Encrypt API to get a certificate for every registered sender domain. This allows us to secure all hyperlinks from all the mailings that are sent from our servers.
Copernica's R&D team’s main focus is the Marketing Suite and all systems supporting it. However, during the last few weeks, we've put some attention to the "old" Publisher interface, which is still being used a lot. Based on much-appreciated feedback of advanced users we’ve addressed some of our features and improved them. The following bullets were changed/added.
Starting 24 until 27 October, the 38th M3AAWG meeting will take place in Paris. The M3AAWG, or Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group, consists of over 200 organizations, among which Apple, Microsoft, Google and Facebook.
To accomodate future growth, Copernica has made significant changes to its network architecture over the past months. The most importants aspects have been to deploy a full 10Gbps over fiber network core and to double the bandwidth on the network's uplinks to the Interweb.
Do you hear it? The joyous cries of email developers all over the world? Get ready to join in on it, because the moment we’ve all been waiting for is finally here. Yesterday, Google announced that Gmail and Inbox by Gmail will finally support responsive email design using media queries, as well as embedded styles, later this month.
In a recent post, we told you about how hyperlinks in emails are no longer substituted by the pic.vicinity domain, and look a lot more like the original web address instead. Of course, this makes the link look safer to recipients. On top of that, this change in our system has brought another very fortunate side effect: personalising hyperlinks has gotten a lot less tedious.