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We’ve refreshed our webmail

As our hosted email service grows, we’re working to continually improve the platform while maintaining high availability. One essential component of our white-label email solution is our Webmail, which resellers can customize and brand as their own. So today, we’re excited to share that we’re launching a new Webmail, with improved workflows and a clean, […]

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January 2019・Product Updates

What does data privacy mean to you?

For Data Privacy Day 2019, we wanted to do something a little bit different. Regular readers will know that we write about things like the GDPR and email security fairly often, as part of our efforts to keep our reseller partners up to date about the state of data privacy and security in the domain […]

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December 2018・Announcements, Product Updates

Comodo CA has rebranded as Sectigo

For the past two decades, Comodo CA has provided digital identity solutions to both enterprises and small businesses, issuing more than 100 million SSL certificates across 200 countries. Now, Comodo CA has rebranded as Sectigo. By rebranding, Sectigo is establishing itself as a separate entity from its predecessor, the Comodo Group, and emphasizing its expansion […]

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What ICANN’s temporary specification means for domain resellers

On May 17, 2018, ICANN issued a  “Temporary Specification for gTLD Registration Data,” the purpose of which is to provide ICANN’s contracted parties (registrars and registries) a path towards compliance with both ICANN contractual requirements and the GDPR. This involved the introduction of numerous registrar requirements, aimed at resolving points of conflict between ICANN’s Registrar Accreditation […]

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OpenSRS’ reseller GDPR checklist

Any time there’s a dramatic shift in our industry, we focus on minimizing the impact on our resellers and providing you as much information and assistance as possible. Admittedly, our GDPR communications work has proven fairly challenging, in part because we’ve simply never seen a shift quite as dramatic as that prompted by the GDPR. […]

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