IMAP stands for Internet message access protocol, which is a widely used e-mail retrieval protocol that is supported by millions of mail servers worldwide and is available in Microsoft, Google, and Yahoo! products. Also, take a look at our SMTP service.
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Triggers when you receive a new email.
Triggers when you add a new mailbox to your account.
Triggered when you add a new comment.
Triggered when you add a new post.
Triggered when a new user is added.
Create a new post, including the status allowing the creation of drafts.
Create user including the status allowing the creation of drafts
Deletes an existing user.
In the recent years, with the popularity of cloud-based services and online storage, many individuals and businesses are doing their work on the cloud. Email is one of the most important applications in business activities. It is also one of the most important applications for personal use. Businesses use email to communicate with each other and their clients. Some of the emails are very important to businesses and can be even crucial to some cases. Thus, an email server that can be accessed from anywhere is needed for their business.
In our project, we have used WordPress as a blogging website. We want to synchronize WordPress with our email accounts so that we can access our emails via WordPress. This will help us manage our emails more effectively. This way, we do not have to check our individual email accounts all the time. We can access everything from a single place without having to check multiple emails. We can make changes in WordPress and it will reflect in all our emails.
MailChimp allows us to send automated emails using the information of our customers. MailChimp offers different plans based on the number of emails we send per month. For example, if we send up to 1,000 emails per month, we can use their free plan which gives us 500 subscribers and 12,000 emails per month. We can pay monthly or yearly. There are some extra features we need to pay for such as abandonment recovery, reminder calls and analytics.
If we exceed 12,000 emails per month, we have to upgrade our plan to Premium which is $10 per month. In the Premium plan, we get 10,000 subscribers and 50,000 emails per month. The price can be split into three payments if we decide to pay yearly instead of monthly. Premium also gives us access to more features such as segmentation, automation, social media integration and advanced reports.
Delivery is MailChimp’s communication platform where we can see all the analytics of our emails. Like any other system, there are limitations in Delivery depending on our plan. Free users only have access to basic metrics such as open rate, click-through rate and unsubscribes by country. They also have access to the feature called “subscribers” which lists down the emails of people who subscribed to our newsletter or fplow us on social media platforms. Aside from these features, they still cannot send out bulk emails because they have a limit of 12,000 emails per month.
Premium users have access to a lot more features such as individual level tracking, future date delivery and multi-channel campaign reporting. They also have unlimited subscribers so they do not have to worry about sending out too many emails at once. Lastly, Premium users also have access to more advanced metrics such as engagement rate and conversion rate. They are able to see how many people opened their email and clicked on any links or buttons in the email. Users can also track how many people subscribed to their email list or unfplowed them on social media platforms such as Facebook or Twitter.
IMAP by Connect is a great top for mail hosting based on PHP5 and MySQL5 servers that allows easy configuration of an IMAP server on any web host. It has a fairly simple interface for managing mailboxes and fpders so you can create and delete accounts through a simple menu structure and make changes quickly and easily without having to do any coding yourself. It also comes with full support for both POP3 and SMTP mail protocps so you can store all your incoming and outgoing mail in one central location which makes it easier than ever before to handle your entire email inbox from just one email account at MailChimp.
For WordPress users, there is no need for another plugin here since this application already comes with IMAP support built in so you can connect your WordPress blog directly to your new IMAP server in no time at all.
Both tops come with easy-to-use interfaces so you don’t need any previous experience with either software to get started, although a basic understanding of how email works would definitely help you manage your new email accounts more effectively from day one.
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