The nice folks at Kickbox asked me what I thought the biggest myths about spamtraps were. I said: I think the biggest misconception is that spamtraps are the reason for delivery failures, whether blocking or spamfoldering. When the article came out, I was highly amused to see that John from Campaign Monitor said the same thing in […]
One of the interesting things about moving to the EU is experiencing the internet where GDPR is a thing. We get asked permission for everything. Including if we want shopping cart updates. On the email space, though, we’ve been visiting various home shows as we look at options and furniture for our new house. Part […]
Friday the Tusli Gabbard campaign filed the expected first amended complaint against Google for suspending her adwords account immediately after the first Democratic debate. A full copy of the complaint is available. First reading is that it’s only slightly better written than the first complaint. The document reads to me more like a policy statement […]
Spent the afternoon marching through the streets of Dublin with thousands of students demanding climate action now. https://www.rte.ie/news/2019/0920/1077055-irish-students-to-demonstrate-for-climate-action/
Is 10,000 emails sent a few times a week a high enough volume to improve a Gmail reputation?
In the wake of GDPR, public whois records are 100% redacted. There is lots of work going on to attempt to provide the data without violating privacy laws, but no one is there yet. This came up because today I got email from Tucows asking me to verify and, if necessary, update my whois data. […]
It’s probably one of the most consequential midterm elections in the US ever. Go Vote.
The importance of email fades when there is yet another school shooting in the US. I cannot fathom the depth of grief and sorry for the parents who lost their children today. It is an utter tragedy that we, as a country, continue to accept dead children as an acceptable price to pay for the […]
A security researcher has identified a rendering flaw that allows for “perfect” phishing emails. From his website: Mailsploit is a collection of bugs in email clients that allow effective sender spoofing and code injection attacks. The spoofing is not detected by Mail Transfer Agents (MTA) aka email servers, therefore circumventing spoofing protection mechanisms such as […]