AOL Postmaster blog down

AOL has discontinued their blogging platform. This means the AOL postmaster blog is no longer active. I suspect the AOL postmaster team is exploring their options and trying to find a way to continue blogging.

If I hear anything one way or another, I will post it here.

Update: 11/3

AOL assures me they are migrating to a new platform and the blog will be back up.

I also managed to grab a copy of the IP Reputation post that AOL put up and I linked to last week.


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