AOL and Yahoo merge could impact your email delivery and MTA

A few weeks ago, AOL reported that AOL and Yahoo will come together under the OATH umbrella and merge with the Yahoo email infrastructure to serve both brands. This happened on 20 February 2018, and now all the AOL recipient domains’ MX, including the following, will point to mx-aol.mail.gm0.yahoodns.net: – aol.com – verizon.net – aol.co.uk […]

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Categories: Deliverability, PowerMTA, Providers

Gmail introduces emails with lock

From now on computer users can see if their emails that go through Gmail are safe. If so, the email has a special marking. For the time being, this service is only available in the United States. So there is lots of work to do for the companies that send huge amounts of mail. Their […]

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Categories: DMARC, Providers

Email Service Provider versus In-house

A common question among professional senders is: should I use an Email Service Provider (ESP) or can I send my emails in-house? To find a good answer can be difficult. There are a lot of ESPs and a lot of software vendors ready to help you, but where to get objective advise from? My customers […]

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Categories: General, Providers