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discussion AOL's MX Record

As AOL and Yahoo come together under the OATH umbrella, we will merge the mail infrastructure serving our consumer brands. As a first step, starting this week, the majority of AOL's MX records will point to our new combined servers. This should be transparent to any sender as those servers will operate in simple pass-through mode. This means senders with established FBLs will continue to receive them from our AOL mail infrastructure. [...] [more]
aol.com    Deliverability

discussion New AOL Postmaster Page

We have released a new AOL Postmaster website: https://postmaster.aol.com/. We hope you find the site to be easier to navigate and more informative! Thanks! [...] [more]
aol.com    Deliverability

antispam AOL Mail updates DMARC policy to 'reject'

Today we moved to change our DMARC policy to p=reject. This helps to protect AOL Mail users' addresses from unauthorized use. It also stops delivery on what previously would have been considered authorized mail sent on behalf of AOL Mail users via non-AOL servers. If you're a bulk sender on behalf of AOL addresses, that probably includes mail sent from you. [...] [more]
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tactics Common DMARC Policy Errors

Our resident DMARC expert shared this information with us today and we thought you might find it useful. When publishing your DMARC Policy record in the DNS, watch out for these common mistakes. 1. Escape character (\) - DMARC policies do not need to be enclosed in escaped quotes (\"). Nor do the semi-colon (;) field [...] [more]
aol.com    Deliverability

discussion New Spam Filtering

Based on customer feedback we've recently made a change to how we handle some types of mail identified as spam. As a result of this change will be issuing more CON:B1 Refuses to mailers sending this type of spam. It is possible that legitimate senders might be negatively impacted by these changes. If you encounter an issue, please direct your inquiries to the postmaster site (listed below) and open a ticket. [more]
aol.com    Deliverability

 discussion AOL Releases Alto for Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, AOL Mail & .Mac

AOL Inc., the company that originally brought email to the mass market, is opening the doors today on a limited preview for their new cloud-based email product, Alto. Designed to be used with existing email accounts, including Gmail, Yahoo! Mail, AOL Mail, .Mac and .me accounts, this new, free email platform reimagines the email experience from the ground up with a focus on combatting inbox fatigue. Alto blends powerful organizational features and an elegant, clear user experience to provide users [...] [more]
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