If you are using a free or 3rd
party email service like Yahoo!, Gmail, Hotmail, Outlook.com
etc. for your business you could be missing out on tech
support and updates via email.
Free email providers will automatically block tech
support email because it usually contains words,
links and downloads they associate with Spam, even though
these emails may be critical to update your software or to
deal with an urgent problem you may have. This means our
critically important email won't get through to you, and not
even to your Spam or Junk folders. What's worse is that you
won't even know about it!
Aside from having an unprofessional look and lacking a degree
of credibility, free emails also pose a huge security
risk for business. Hackers dedicate large amounts of
resources attempting to compromise free email services, and
free email services have little security and support and have
little incentive to assist a single user (you).
We have all had someone we know
send us a questionable email, only to find out their email
was compromised. So you should know that if your email is
hacked, you may end up on our blacklist which means we will
block your email to us.
-If you must use a free or 3rd party
email service make sure you mark us and our domain
iifuture.com as a safe sender.
-Also, domain names are not
expensive, and offer a business a world of opportunities they
cannot get otherwise. Regardless if the business wishes to
have a website, domain hosting services offer superior email
services/support. You can create emails such as info@,
support@, etc… This can give a small business the appearance
of being much larger and having more to offer. Business
emails typically attract much less attention from hackers,
offer much greater security against these attacks, and have
support to prevent and recover from attacks.
If you have sent a tech support email
and have had no reply, please lodge a ticket at
Support and check back for a reply at the support site
online, rather than waiting for an email.