Global Clients

Going Global with These New Testing Clients


It’s the beginning of a new month and
we just released a few new email clients for testing! For those of you with an
international reach, these clients will be particularly appealing, as they
expand our offerings in China and France. The new clients are:

  • QQ.com,
  • Free.fr
    and
  • Laposte.net.

QQ.com is the webmail client of
Tencent, a Chinese company that provides a wide range of Internet services. The
company’s most popular product is an instant messaging service, QQ, which has
over 829 million active accounts.

Free.fr is the webmail client of a
French telecommunications company that provides a variety of communications
solutions-voice, video, data, Internet-to individuals in France. Its parent
company, Iliad, is the second-largest ISP in France (the email clients for
Orange, the largest, and SFR, the third largest, are also available for testing
within our suite).

Laposte.net is the webmail client of a
postal service company in France, La Poste. The client hosts approximately 1.6
million active email accounts.

To test in these email clients, simply
select them from the list of available webmail clients when you start an email
test. You can also update your default testing list to include these clients,
if you choose.

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2 thoughts on “Going Global with These New Testing Clients”

  1. pgssoft,
    That’s on our road map to add to our service, but we don’t have a release date for it yet. We’ll announce it on the blog when we release it, so be sure to keep your eyes peeled!

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