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Monthly Archives: December 2014

New Year’s Resolutions

“Figure out what email is.”

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Top Commented Blog Posts on WttW in 2014

Here are the top 6 most commented on blog topics our Industry News & Analysis blog. In April, Laura wrote about the ins and outs about Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance also known as DMARC.  If you are not familiar with DMARC or want to know the differences between strict and relaxed alignment, read […]

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Merry Christmas

A retro merry christmas from everyone at Word to the Wise!

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M3AAWG Recommends TLS

SSL or Secure Sockets Layer is protocol designed to provide a secure way of transmitting information between computer systems. Originally created by Netscape and released publicly as SSLv2 in 1995 and updated to SSLv3 in 1996. TLS or Transport Layer Security was created in 1999 as a replacement for SSLv3. TLS and SSL are most […]

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Barracuda Email Security Service disruption

Starting around 10:15 2:45 EDT this morning, the Barracuda Email Security Service is having a issues processing email for customers. More information on Twitter and reddit

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Brief DBL false positive

A code glitch in a new DBL sub-zone known as 'Abused-Legit' caused the new Abused-Legit zone to list ".net." for 60 minutes from 08:35 UTC. — The Spamhaus Project (@spamhaus) December 17, 2014 Spamhaus are rolling out a new subzone of the DBL, for domains whose webservers have been compromised and used to host spam […]

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Google’s Inbox Team answers questions on Reddit

The team behind Google’s new Inbox app did an “Ask us Anything” Q&A with reddit on December 3rd. The team consisted of a Product Manager, Designer, and Software Engineer and for two hours the team answered all sorts of questions. Most of the questions were about new features or supporting additional email providers and it […]

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Our new team members

This has been a busy year here at Word to the Wise. We started out launching our new website in Q1 and have been busily growing our client base. In order to meet the increased demand for our expertise, we’ve brought in new team members. Meri has been working with us for a few months, […]

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Delays at Comcast

I’m seeing a significant amount of chatter on various lists that queues to Comcast are backing up right now. Looks to be something on their end. Error messages are 421 “Try again later.” I’ll see if I can find someone at Comcast to give me some info.

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Lorem Ipsum for PII

When you’re developing code to handle data it’s almost essential to have a decent sized set of test data, so you can build a test harness to check on functionality and performance as you go. A common way of doing that is to take a snapshot of your production database and pull out an appropriate subset […]

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