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More evidence the DMA does not get it

A friend of mine sent me a link to a blog a few weeks ago. Jeff Nolan points out that to get to content on the DMA website one must go through a registration process. Not only do you have to register, but the registration requires you first search the DMA database to see if […]

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Report subscriber and changes to whitelisting at some ISPs

If you’re reading this through the archives please check the date before commenting on this post. Mark Brownlow has a post on a new technology for senders. I think this will help ensure senders have a say in the general delivery of mail for receivers. Through the grapevine, I have also heard there’s a new […]

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