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PowerMTA is an enterprise-grade email message transfer agent (MTA) for sending high-volume and mission critical messages. PowerMTA provides unsurpassed reliability in message delivery in a stable SMTP environment with granular connection controls. Superior message throughput, simple set up and real-time analysis provide PowerMTA users with performance, deliverability, and manageability with a much smaller hardware footprint than is possible with either open source options or other commercial solutions. It just works!
Have had PowerMTA for 1.5 years running and love it. It is super easy to configure and the only thing I do not like is that when I receive emails to "PowerMTA" on internal Windows servers I am redirected to the firstname.lastname@example.org where I want to receive them.
Wish I could rate 5 stars. I am currently setting up a postfix server on AWS and they recommended PowerMTA. Everything is configured and working fine except one thing. I would like to receive the emails on one external address like example.com.aws, but everytime I receive an email to example.com.aws it is being delivered on email@example.com. To disable this for all external addresses is it possible?
We have been using PowerMTA for several years now and there has never been any issue with performance. We did start using DMARC in conjunction with PowerMTA but we just recently started using custom DKIM signing. Had no issues with that. Its great the way PowerMTA handles DKIM.
PowerMTA is the best MTA we have used. We have been using it for the past five years and it never had any issues when sending mail on the following smtp servers: smtp.sbcglobal.net, smtp.mail.yahoo.com, hotmail.com, gmail.com 81555fee3f
When you log in to the website, you will see an actual image of the model you selected. Confused? Let me give you an example: if you select a 12-lamp dimmer (for example), the image of that lighting fixture will be in the "Model image" box. If you wish to select a 60-watt bulb, the "Model image" box will simply say "60-watt Bulb".
Typically the first thing to do once you have an image is to switch that image to the "Thumbnail" box. This will put the image in a small box on the right of the window. Before I continue, I would like to give you a quick tip: when you copy and paste the URL of the image, "QuickCrop" will try to detect whether the URL really is an image. If it cannot do so, it will change the image to a "photo" icon. I have heard horror stories of people seeing images change to this icon because the URL is not an actual image. So, make sure you have an actual image, or else take precautions to prevent the URL from being re-written.
I always change the "Thumbnail" box from "None" to "Resize to:" and then click on the down-arrow next to that option and select "Thumb 500" from the list of options. The 500 is the size of the thumbnail I prefer to work with. You can click on the down-arrow next to the "Resize to" option and select anything from the list of options. I would avoid changing the "Thumbnail" box to anything else, unless you really want to.
Here are a couple of more tips: if you copy and paste the URL into the "Image URL" box, then click on the "Go" icon, the process should be very quick. However, you may have to visit a couple of other websites to find the image URL.
I would like to note something else very important: if you do not change the "Title" box from the default "QuickCrop" value of "title", then you may get an error message when you click "Go". Clicking on the "Go" icon will fail. I find this is happening because the "Title" value is set to blank (in the top-right corner of the window).
Although I haven't heard of many people having this problem, I do always change the "Title" box to something else so that I do not have