Top 8 things to choosing your Business Email service


Email is the backbone of any business and managing it well has become mission critical for the company. Gone are the days when SMEs fret over their changing email needs and availability of the email solutions that just fit your growing organisational needs. Large organisations no longer considered that on-premise hosted email solutions is the only option for confidentiality, control and better management of mails, and they do realize that it is just a  ‘white elephant solution’. Today with the right cloud based email solutions, businesses Small, Medium or Large  can focus more on their core business than spend time on their email solutions.

Are you using a mobile-ready business email?


Long ago telephone was a means of communication to talk to someone if they happened to be at home. In today’s world mobile phones are not only used for multiple activities apart from the traditional phone call but they have become a 24×7 necessity.

Business email spam & virus problems?

According to recent statistics, around 90-95% of email traffic around the world is spam. The disruptive impact of spam and other email abuse has resulted in two types of approaches to deal with the menace.

Is your Business email Spoof-protected?

Email Spoofing complaints are on rise & common methods adopted by scamsters is to send an email to your users from an anonymous proxy using your own domain.

How Email Spoofing is Identified?

Rediff Entperise Mailing make best efforts to track and block such attempts of spoofing through DKIM. All mails sent using Rediff SMTP are signed using DKIM technique If the mail is intended for internal (same domain) users, then DKIM signature can be verified on receipt & delivered in inbox. Mail failing to verify will be considered as SPOOF

Are your Business email users TFA secured?

In today’s email age, the biggest challenge that most companies face is data security. Therefore, it remains the top priority across all organizations.


At Rediffmail Enterprise, we have made some modifications to the security features that make your business email more secure. The unauthorized access to email accounts is the major concern raised by most IT administrators of organizations today. This breach is usually caused when users access their email accounts on public Wi-Fi platforms or set the same password for more than of their email addresses, social networking accounts, e-commerce site profiles, other online profiles and so on.

Our team performed a thorough analysis of the data based on the issues faced by the administrators and rolled out the Two Factor Authentication (TFA) feature within the current interface to address the security concerns. TFA is a technology to ensure that only the genuine owner of the account is allowed to access it. When TFA is enabled for a user, the system sends a four digit pass-code to the user’s registered mobile number. The user can only access the mailbox if both the password and pass-code are verified. The TFA also ensures that only the verified user can make security changes to the account like changing the Password and using add Auto-Forward feature.

How to enable two factor authentication for my domain?

As an administrator, you can enable TFA for the entire domain or selected users by clicking on Domain level management within the admin panel and further clicking on ‘Feature Access Restriction”.

What happens if user have not specified his mobile number?

The user must add mobile number to the account for enabling the TFA feature as it needs a registered mobile number to send the pass-code. If user has not specified his mobile number then TFA will not work for him

Does TFA works for international mobile numbers?

A pass-code would be sent to user’s mobile even if the user is based out of India. Activating this feature will surely assist to keep your business email more secure. We are also continuously looking to enhance our current email solutions with more and more advanced features.