Update July19 The email to members about this had the wrong date, this happened yesterday, July 18, not July 17 as reported in the email. Individual mail reports will be sent out shortly. This afternoon and tonight (tuesday) one of the new servers in the 22.214.171.124 pool (the smtp.easydns.com cluster) got seriously out of sync […]
This email is being sent to all active Canadian members In this email: 1. We need your help to combat domain slamming ———————————————————————– 1. We need your help to combat domain slamming ———————————————————————– Many, if not all of you are by now familiar with the grossly misnamed “renewal notices” you receive in the mail from […]
Customers using easyDNS for mailforwarding to their “comcast.net” email addresses may experience delays or bounced messages. This is due to Comcast intermittently blocking email relay from easyDNS mailservers. Subscribers that forward their domain-based email to “comcast.net” addresses may want to consider changing the destination addresses for forwarded email to a non-Comcast address pending a resolution […]
OpenDNS is an enhanced DNS resolver open to the public (as of today) and free to use. It contains a number of enhancements such as typo correction and phishing protection. It is also fully configurable for the end users, so individual features can be turned off at the users’ discretion. I’ve also posted a comment […]
Email from easyDNS mailservers, destined for “@hotmail.com” email addresses, are being throttled by Hotmail mailservers. easyDNS sysAdmins are aware of the issue and are actively contacting Hotmail to resolve this as soon as possible. We apologise for any inconvenience.
We are now enabling Sender Policy Framework (SPF) checking for email destined to our members’ mail forwarding or backup smtp spooling domains. If the SPF validation equates to hardfail for a domain with SPF validation enabled, our mail servers will reject the inbound message, all other outcomes will be prepended into an additional SPF-Received: header […]