Ken announced yesterday that Holomaxx dropped their suits against Ironport and ReturnPath. Suits against Yahoo and Hotmail are still active. In the Yahoo case, there is a case management meeting on January 14th. In the Microsoft case, a response the complaint is due by December 17th. I’m not quite sure what happened to prompt this […]
In the past, bulk senders who wanted Microsoft to check SenderID had to email information to a special Microsoft address. Microsoft would then cache the senderID data from the sender’s DNS records and verify incoming email. Microsoft has simplified the process and now has a webform to submit the data. http://support.msn.com/… In order to submit […]
A number of ISPs have email information and postmaster sites available. I found myself compiling a list of them for a client today and thought that I would put up a list here. AOL: http://postmaster.info.aol.com/ Juno/Netzero/UnitedOnline: http://www.unitedonline.net/postmaster/ MSN/Hotmail: http://postmaster.msn.com/Services.aspx RoadRunner: http://security.rr.com/spam.htm Spamcop: http://www.spamcop.net/fom-serve/cache/94.html Yahoo: http://help.yahoo.com/l/us/yahoo/mail/postmaster/
Ken Magill comments on the reaction of truthout.org to being blocked by AOL and Hotmail. I do agree with Al, if both AOL and Hotmail are blocking your email, then you’re doing something wrong.