Backup email servers

Ever lost an important email?

Backup Email Servers

Our backup mail servers receive your emails in the event that a message has difficulty being delivered to your own server due to temporary network outages or server maintenance.

By simply adding more MX records to your DNS zone, you can ensure that mail sent to your organisation is never lost or delayed. In the event that your primary mail server is not available for any reason, all mail is automatically sent to one of our backup servers instead. Our systems will automatically forward any stored mail to you as soon as we detect your server is back on-line.

Think what this economical service could save you if you didn't miss just that one important order or inquiry!

Does your business host it's own mail server? What would happen to your mail if your Internet connection or server was unavailable? What sort of impression do your customers get when mail gets bounced back to them as 'undeliverable' or 'delayed'?

If you've ever suffered an ISP outage or email server failure, you'll know how important having a secondary email server, off-site, on an independent connection is.

The solution is Microtech's backup mail service.

Go on, sign up today. You can protect your mail feed for as little as £20 a year (about $29 US). How much would you loose if you lost just one order?

Summary of benefits

  1. Three high availability secure mail servers for you to use
  2. All email is scanned for viruses as standard
  3. Spam filters to help prevent unwanted mail as standard
  4. Responsive and friendly technical support if needed
  5. Default storage of mail for 10 days, longer if needed
  6. Seamless operation, fully automatic forwarding of mail
  7. In the event of an outage at your site, clients will be unaware of the problem
  8. Time tested and proven business solution

If you are looking for a service similar to the above, but for use as a primary mail solution, please take a look at our Mailscan service.

If you have any questions at all regarding this service, please do not hesitate to contact


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