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1answer
51 views

SPF record for sending emails

The website is under our server with the domain: xxxx.org.il the client email is xxxx@yyyyyy.co.il the email they get is from a third party the email we sent from the website are trough one of the ...
6
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2answers
7k views

postfix says mail sent ok, message does not arrive in ISPs inbox? no reject in log?

When I send a test message from my mail server to my @bellsouth.net email, The postfix log shows it was sent OK, but the message never arrives in my bellsouth inbox. Shouldn't I get a failure notice ...
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2answers
151 views

My bulk email company supresses all hard bounces -even if they get their IP's blocked

I send out about 500,000 emails every week. I have been sending the list out for about 1 year. But in conversation, I was advised that the company sends in a shared IP manner. So my list goes out ...
0
votes
2answers
466 views

E-mail PTR failure - Spamcannibal

My IP is on Spamcannibal list. So I can't communicate with my registered partners. To be precise I can't send e-mail to only two domain. Everything else is ok. I try to talk with my domain/server ...
0
votes
1answer
2k views

Disable (ISP) Caching - WAMP

I have a server that I use to send emails. The emails have an image, that is used to track their being opened, that is in the form of <img ...
3
votes
10answers
2k views

How do I get around restrictive email policies by ISP?

Apparently we've been restricted (though packet filtering) to some arbitrarily small and untenable number of emails a day by some bankrupt ISP (and they say that's how it's always been chortle). ...
3
votes
7answers
320 views

Looking for a solid business email provider in the EU [closed]

Small businesses these days are often pretty reliant on email but don't have the ressources to host a safe and secure service themselves. I am looking for an email provider for a SMB customer: I'm ...
2
votes
8answers
679 views

Are some IP addresses more 'accepted' than others?

I'm from Argentina and I know that some ISP, such as hotmail or other sites, block emails going out from our IP addresses, so now I bought a VPS in the US (from slicehost) with a fixed ip just for me ...