Oath Migration update
Jun28

Oath Migration update

On June 21st the OATH product team provided an update on system migration and the current status of AOL, Yahoo and Verizon new infrastructure. In this update they mentioned that all mail is now running through their new OATH infrastructure and that mailboxes for AOL users are now migrating to this new common hosting. The top things you should know include: All mail sent to OATH mail brands (ex: Y!, Verizon and AOL) is now handled by...

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514-BILLETS Receives CASL Fine For SMS Messaging
May01

514-BILLETS Receives CASL Fine For SMS Messaging

Today the CRTC announced the first short message service (SMS) violation under Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL). 514-BILLETS, a Quebec-based company operating as a marketplace for sporting and cultural events entered an undertaking with the CRTC after allegedly violating the law by sending SMS communications without proper identification, without the consent of the recipients and without contact information of the sender....

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e-Retailers are failing to protect their domains
Feb13

e-Retailers are failing to protect their domains

Recently 250ok released a study, that I wrote, on the adoption of DMARC in the online retail space, titled “DMARC Adoptions Among e-Retailers“, that reviewed the minimum standards of authentication that a domain owner should be able to adopt without any significant investment in server or network configuration. This report focused on the implementation of Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and Domain-based Message...

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