ReliMail Specializes in cloud email services, we can offer the perfect solution for emails being temporarily offline, be it due to outages, planned downtime, hardware failure or more. In the event of downtime, ReliMail provides automatic, uninterrupted and guaranteed access to emails, from any location or device. Administrators have the ability to manage all email flow and conduct continuous monitoring, providing a convenient and hassle free experience. The benefits to using ReliMail include the following:
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Dedicated Mail Server & IP Address
Downtime means loss of productivity, revenue and lack of customer service. ReliMail takes email continuity to the next step by allocating a dedicated mail server and dedicated IP address. A dedicated IP address ensures that you have full control over the reputation of your email, reducing the risk of being blacklisted or filtered as spam. A dedicated mail server means there is no sharing of data with anyone else – keeping mails more secure, ensuring unlimited scalability and unlimited amounts of emails per hour.
Automatic Fail-Over Mail Server
ReliMail offers an Automatic Fail-Over Mail server – In the unfortunate event that you find yourself in a situation where your email server goes down or is inaccessible due to internet connectivity failures, unplanned outages, etc. Our services ensure your emails get automatically moved to a dedicated backup standby server, further ensuring zero data loss protection, excellent, optimized performance and seamless, uninterrupted and problem free access to emails.
Real-Time Device Sync
ReliMail offers Real-Time Device Sync – automatically synchronizing and backing up emails and documents and all other important files in real-time. That way, if your system crashes, device is lost or stolen, our system provides data loss protection and access to all your files, so your productivity won’t come to a stop
Load balancing is defined as the methodical and efficient distribution of network or application (in this case, email) traffic across multiple servers. Each load balancer sits between client devices and backend servers, receiving and then distributing incoming requests. The benefits of load balancing include increased scalability for the balancing of traffic, a high degree of redundancy in the event of hardware/system failure , reduced downtime and increased performance by channeling traffic to other resources, efficiently managing failures and increased flexibility with the use of multiple servers.
11 9’s of Data Durability
Durability refers to long-term data protection, i.e. the stored data does not suffer from degradation or other corruption. Rather than focusing on hardware redundancy, it is concerned with data redundancy so that data is never lost or compromised. We offer a new redundancy service, with the data stored in our storage classes being 99.999999999% durable. This means that if you store 10 000 objects with us, on average, we may lose one of them every 10 million years. This storage is specifically designed to sustain data and prevent any form of data being lost or compromised.
ReliMail’s Cloud services offer numerous major benefits, one of the biggest benefits being the ability to scale your cloud environment on-demand. Scalability in the context of cloud computing can be defined as the ability to handle growing or diminishing resources to meet business demands in a capable way. In essence, scalability is a planned level of capacity that can grow or shrink as needed. This allows you to start small and support the growth of your business over time – without any interruption in your business flow or expensive, unplanned changes.
Offline Processing Que
ReliMail ensures that you are always covered in the instance of any external disruptions, such as the loss of internet connectivity, lost or stolen devices, load-shedding, etc. In the event of connectivity loss, we make use of an Offline Processing Queue – a temporary holding location and background processing service for messages that are waiting to enter the next stage of delivery to a destination. Each queue represents a logical set of messages that the server processes in a specific order, making sure that all data syncs correctly with the relevant time stamps once connectivity is established again.