Get Secure with Spam and let your inbox enjoy!!

By admin Wednesday, September 23rd, 2009

Email is a system which is used for every person in today’s life and this is not a choice but way of life to communicate and knowledge sharing, so we can say email is a necessity for everyone. If you are using emails for your conversation, business purpose or some idea sharing and with this you are also getting some useless mails with some stupid mail content that can frustrate you and also this can effect to your inbox. So we know the pains and problem for a user and at apoto we have a dedicated team for email spam management, which works dedicatedly on identifying spam and ensuring that your mailbox has a good percentage (upto 90%) of valid e-mails.

Procedure we follow to block spam

We continuously work hard with our dedicated experts of email spam management; we have put together a state of the art e-mail spam filtering algorithms. We have built up a 3 tier spam filtering system which promises to keep unwanted e-mails out of your inbox.

The retired spam filtering system works at three different layers:

a) Email Virus Filtering with updated virus database

b) Spam Identification through various spam filters

c) Advanced filters for identifying unwanted e-mails

Apart from this we also give the users to train their inbox, via a Web-based control panel from where they can create their own white-lists and blacklists to ovoid spam.

How Does this System Work?

As the spam filter analyzes messages, it calculates a score based on established server-side pre-configured rules.  The rules are applied to a message and a score is assigned based on the number of rules that match the message. A Realtime Block List  (RBL) and various other “black hole” lists are also checked  by the spam filter. (These are sites that keep track of spam and the various places spam comes from.) A score is applied if a message comes from an RBL list.  The message’s final score is the sum of the scores from each rule that matches the message.

If you are looking for a hosting company that can deliver an efficient e-mail system so apoto promises to give you one of the best spam management.

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6 Major Tips to reduce your Bandwidth and increase website efficiency

By admin Monday, June 29th, 2009

i) Use CSS Text Instead of Images

Images make your Web pages slower and consumes a lot of bandwidth of your server. Instead of using a background image, use the CSS code. For example if you want to use plain red background in your website then use CSS code background-color:#F00 instead of a red-bg.jpg. With CSS, you can set the background color or background image of any CSS element.

ii) Optimize your website images

Most of the bandwidth is utilized by web site images, so before uploading any image at you website optimize your images for the internet and shrink their sizes as well, never use bitmap files (.bmp) as they are HUGE (mostly in MBs). You should use jpeg (.jpg) or gif (.gif) files for images as these are optimized for the internet.

iii) Compress your CSS by shorthand CSS properties

CSS shorthand properties are great! They’re a great way to reduce the amount of code contained in a CSS document, allowing for faster download times and easier editing.

iv)  Remove Unnecessary HTML Code, Tags and White Spaces

Compress your page size by cutting extra white spaces in your HTML files, because every extra character means extra page size.

Wordoff is a simple and useful tool that lets you remove unnecessary tags and HTML code.

v) Use AJAX and Java Script Library

Ajax is a technology which communicated with your server without reloading the page. If you reload your page again and again that will use extra bandwidth and resources.

vi) Website Caching

Caching is a method of retrieving data from a ready storage (cache) instead of using resources to generate it every time the same information is needed. Enable caching on your website if it’s not dynamic, will allow the end users computer to read from your server once in a while, the rest of the times it will read from its own backup copies until they expire.

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