In the realm of Message Transfer Agents (MTAs), PowerMTA, also known as PMTA, stands out as a premier commercial option. Its reputation is underscored by its adoption within renowned Email Service Providers (ESPs) and large enterprises such as MailChimp, Microsoft, IBM, and more.
Continuing their unwavering dedication, the team behind PowerMTA has introduced the latest iteration, v5.5r5, which was made available on June 23, 2023. Let's delve into the enhancements that have been implemented since the initial v5.5r1 release:
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PowerMTA aka PMTA is considered one of the best commercial MTA (Message Transfer Agent), currently being used by some of the known ESPs (Email Service Providers) & enterprise businesses such as MailChimp, Microsoft, IBM, etc.
PowerMTA is considered one of the best commercial MTA (Message Transfer Agent), currently being used by some of the known ESPs (Email Service Providers) & enterprise businesses such as MailChimp, Microsoft, etc.