We have been testing our outbound mail service (codenamed “easySMTP(tm)”) and it looks good. It supports TLS and listens on numerous alternative ports. easySMTP outbound mail service will be bundled with DNS-plus packages at no extra cost. We are now accepting beta users for this service. If you would like to be a beta user […]
We have isolated an email message which seems to be spoofing an email from easyDNS to a member, which reads as follows: From: firstname.lastname@example.org To: x Subject: DETECTED Online User Violation Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2006 00:22:50 +0200 Dear user peter, It has come to our attention that your Easydns User Profile ( x ) […]
It took a while to smooth out some issues with the registry but .EU registrations are now live. Pricing is the same as .COM/.NET/.ORG. Please note, .EU is intended for residents and organizations within the .EU member countries, those countries are: United Kingdom Austria Belgium Cyprus Czech Republic Denmark Estonia Finland France Germany Greece Hungary […]
Members now have the ability to edit their zones NS (Nameserver Records) directly. This is handy for three situations: 1. You want to delegate a sub-domain to other external nameservers. 2. You want to bring your NS records in line with your domain’s nameserver delegation. Some registries, for example, don’t like it when they see […]
Comcast.net had blocked email forwarding from smtp2.easydns.com. This was resolved yesterday. Email forwarding to addresses at comcast.net should be back to normal.
Comcast.net is blocking email forwarding from smtp2.easydns.com. We are attempting to contact systems personnel there. In the meantime, Comcast customers are encouraged to contact comcast.net support direcly to request removal of our IP (184.108.40.206). Comcast users may also elect to forward their email to another destination off of the comcast network, or to change their […]