It is used for relaying your email messages to its destinations quickly and easily. Nowadays, many Internet providers are closing their SMTP servers and filtering all the incoming SMTP traffic to fight Spam. They let everybody in from their local network. And filter everybody out who is not. This means that as long as you are using their services, your email client is working fine, but what happens when you go on a business trip or vacation and you want to send an email from an airport or hotel room? In most cases your SMTP server is not accessible to you anymore since you are trying to get to it from outside of your ISP's network. If you use our 1st SMTP Server, you will not have that problem since it is going to deliver your email directly to it's destination bypassing your ISP's SMTP server.
Here are the major features of 1st SMTP Server:
Relay your messages, directly to destinations.
Remote access, use the server to send email from anywhere.
Your email is secure. Your ISP is not examining your messages.
Very lightweight and simple. You have virtually no configuration out of the box.
Minimizes to taskbar. Since you don't have to follow the status of the server, when you minimize the main window, it will be hidden in the small taskbar icon.
Here is what these features mean to you:
- Direct messages relay - This server is built as a straight relay. Whenever your email client connects to it and sends it a message, it will, in turn, connect directly to the destination for that message and send it right away. The email client will not be released until the message has either been delivered successfully or was rejected for some reason.
Disclaimer: 1st SMTP Server IS NOT A TOOL FOR SPAMMING and ITS NAME MEANS NOTHING. We do not support spammers and strictly forbid anyone to use 1st SMTP Server for sending unsolicited spam email. If we find that you use the program for this purpose, your license will be revoked and all technical support will be ceased. By downloading or purchasing the program, you agree to use it legally.