DMARC is an issue for all mailing lists, and mailing list managers. Recently, OnlineGroups.net and our friends at E-Democracy.org collaborated to enhance how we deal with DMARC.
Posts Tagged: DMARC
In this post I will discuss a problem that plagues email groups: bouncing messages. I will start by explaining why email bounces, and what OnlineGroups.net does about bouncing email. I conclude by providing some suggestions about what you can do about bouncing email, and what our plans are.
As Laura points out, calling an email spam is not a moral judgement. It’s just a statement of what a particular recipient thinks of an email. I have pretty negative thoughts about some email. And many people enjoy the precooked meat product that has been around since 1937. Spam is a construct that is used… Read more »
As it looks like strict DMARC policies are here to stay, OnlineGroups.net has improved its handling of posts from a domains with a strict DMARC policy. This means that as other providers switch to strict policies, we will automatically be able to take responsibility for delivering emails. Here is an explanation of the change we… Read more »
Two days ago, Yahoo! made a change to its email servers that caused severe problems for almost all Mailing List Managers, including OnlineGroups.net. Any email sent from a Yahoo! email address to a mailing list could not be delivered to an email address at Gmail, Outlook.com (including MSN, Hotmail and Windows Live Mail), Comcast or… Read more »