Far-Flung Charities Benefit From Free Email Service

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SMTP2go, a worldwide SMTP email service, has recently announced that registered charities can apply for a free account. The service is used to send emails from cities or regions where outgoing emails are often blocked.

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With the constant demands of day to day normal operations and travel, SMTP2go has made our lives so much easier and more productive.

Charities across the world are already benefiting from SMTP2go's recently announced free email service, allowing individuals to send emails from remote regions in Africa, South America and Asia.

Susan Watkins, from the Danish Refugee Council, has found the service invaluable for keeping communication lines open from regions that often block traditional email traffic. "SMTP2go enables the Danish Refugee Council to keep up with the rapidly changing situation for refugees and the displaced, in Southern Sudan".

The service is also being used by Xingu Mission, a non-denominational, charitable organization assisting people in Brazil. Steve Dolan, from Xingu Mission, is thankful for the freedom that the service has given. "With the constant demands of day to day normal operations and travel, SMTP2go has made our lives so much easier and more productive."

Charles Abrahamson, the founder of SMTP2go, believes that the good work that most charities do is worth encouraging. "Our service is in a lucky position, in that we are able to make a small difference by offering the service for free, which may assist a charity to use its limited funds in a more productive way." SMTP2go, registered in New Zealand, has a goal of assisting the unique native wildlife found in the country, which has been been severely affected due to the introduction of foreign pests over the past 200 years.

SMTP2go's SMTP server is used by over 6,000 businesses and individuals worldwide, and a growing number of charities. An SMTP server is necessary for people using Microsoft Outlook, Mozilla Thunderbird, or other stand-alone email software. Traditional SMTP servers are often unable to function when the sender is connected to the Internet from a different city or country. Charity workers who are unable to send emails, can contact SMTP2go through their website, http://www.smtp2go.com, for an account to be created.

SMTP2go is also preparing to launch a partnership program with Internet cafes across the world, enabling regular travelers with laptops to send emails by changing their SMTP setting to smtp2go.com. People will be able to use the service for free from an Internet cafe, and for 7 days afterwards, after which they can choose to join for a low yearly fee.

SMTP2go is a worldwide business with staff in Australia, New Zealand, and the USA. Servers are located in the USA, and the service is available from the following website:


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