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Email newsletter platform beehiiv , "already home to tens of thousands of the most popular newsletters in the world," is hiring! The role: Security Engineer, Anti-Abuse…
In case you weren't able to check out the Valimail/NGP VAN webinar last week focusing on "Increasing Deliverability in the Political and Advocacy Spaces" last week …
Jaime Carney is another one of those RGP (Really Good People) who have been involved in email deliverability, spam fighting and anti-abuse going back to the turn of the millenniu…
If you subscribe to my email newsletter, you already know that I’ve been complaining about how my ISP, where I host my MTA (mail server aka mail transfer agent), is changing thei…
Just a quick note today to address some bad advice I've seen out there in the wild.  The question that I've seen asked is this: The new Gmail sender requirements announc…
As reported previously , the State of California tried to tell Jay Fink that he needed a Private Investigator's license to be able to legally review and investigate spam emai…
Who hosts what mail? MBP Spotlight is the series here at Spam Resource where I break down the top mailbox providers (including B2B) based on their rankings in the top ten mill…
A million years ago I built a deliverability tool for ExactTarget (later Salesforce Marketing Cloud) called Reputation Audit. It was a handy tool back then, to give a client (or …
Marcel Becker is a self-proclaimed email nerd, product guy, public speaker and actor. With a long history in the email sphere, manning product roles for various iterations of Yah…
Is Microsoft getting on the Yahoogle bus? Maybe that's too silly a way to frame such an important question. Let's reframe this more specifically. The question ultimately…
Are you a deliverability expert down under? If so, customer engagement platform  Braze is looking for you! They're hiring for the role of Email Deliverability Principal in …
Cablevision, Optonline, and Suddenlink  cable internet services all seem to be owned by  Altice USA , a company spun out from the European telecommunications provider Altice. Alt…
Who hosts what mail? MBP Spotlight is the series here at Spam Resource where I break down the top mailbox providers (including B2B) based on their rankings in the top ten millio…
Comcast is updating the DMARC policy for comcast.net, the domain used for Comcast Xfinity customer mailboxes. You may recall that Comcast has a number of domains , but that it ul…
Gmail tabs have been with us since 2013. Occasionally a sender worries that tabs mean the end of their ability to connect with Gmail subscribers, but truly, at this point, we as …