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Aside from epic domain name, who are they? MX points to interserver.com. Any representatives on LET?

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  • No contact info, no date(s), domain name created on 2020-09-11

    Right

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  • @angstrom said:
    No contact info, no date(s), domain name created on 2020-09-11

    Right

    And that ad flashing on the right side of LET...

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  • @LTniger said:

    @angstrom said:
    No contact info, no date(s), domain name created on 2020-09-11

    Right

    And that ad flashing on the right side of LET...

    Oh, I hadn't noticed, but: yeah

  • I am extremely skeptical about entrusting my email messages to a baby.

  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    @LTniger said:
    Aside from epic domain name, who are they? MX points to interserver.com. Any representatives on LET?

    It's a new service by interserver.

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  • Will be useful for small messages only ;-)

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  • armandorgarmandorg Member, Host Rep

    @jbiloh said:

    @LTniger said:
    Aside from epic domain name, who are they? MX points to interserver.com. Any representatives on LET?

    It's a new service by interserver.

    What's the billing platform for interserver? Is it in-house?

  • jbilohjbiloh Administrator

    @armandorg said:

    @jbiloh said:

    @LTniger said:
    Aside from epic domain name, who are they? MX points to interserver.com. Any representatives on LET?

    It's a new service by interserver.


    What's the billing platform for interserver? Is it in-house?

    I have no idea but I'll point this thread out to them now.

  • interservermikeinterservermike Member, Patron Provider
    edited October 2020

    @LTniger said:
    Aside from epic domain name, who are they? MX points to interserver.com. Any representatives on LET?

    Mike from Interserver here.

    Thank you. I picked the name :smile:

    Mail baby is built on top of a mail sending platform we have been using for shared hosting for a while. Now we would like to share it with everyone.

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  • interservermikeinterservermike Member, Patron Provider

    @default said:
    I am extremely skeptical about entrusting my email messages to a baby.

    lol

  • @interservermike said:

    @LTniger said:
    Aside from epic domain name, who are they? MX points to interserver.com. Any representatives on LET?

    Mike from Interserver here.

    Thank you picked the name :smile:

    Mail baby is built on top of a mail sending platform we have been using for shared hosting for a while. Now we would like to share it with everyone.

    Why there is no contacts on the website?

  • interservermikeinterservermike Member, Patron Provider

    @armandorg said:

    @jbiloh said:

    @LTniger said:
    Aside from epic domain name, who are they? MX points to interserver.com. Any representatives on LET?

    It's a new service by interserver.


    What's the billing platform for interserver? Is it in-house?

    Right now we bill and manage it under my.interserver.net . Eventually we hope to spin it off into its own billing and management url.

  • interservermikeinterservermike Member, Patron Provider

    @M66B said:
    Will be useful for small messages only ;-)

    It's a strong baby.

  • @interservermike said:

    @M66B said:
    Will be useful for small messages only ;-)

    It's a strong baby.

    Crying all the time.

  • interservermikeinterservermike Member, Patron Provider

    @M66B said:

    @interservermike said:

    @M66B said:
    Will be useful for small messages only ;-)

    It's a strong baby.

    Crying all the time.

    It is hungry. Feed it some of your mail.

  • @interservermike said:

    @M66B said:

    @interservermike said:

    @M66B said:
    Will be useful for small messages only ;-)

    It's a strong baby.

    Crying all the time.

    It is hungry. Feed it some of your mail.

    Your baby is unsatisfiable and could be a little devil, so no thanks.

  • interservermikeinterservermike Member, Patron Provider

    @LTniger said:

    @interservermike said:

    @LTniger said:
    Aside from epic domain name, who are they? MX points to interserver.com. Any representatives on LET?

    Mike from Interserver here.

    Thank you picked the name :smile:

    Mail baby is built on top of a mail sending platform we have been using for shared hosting for a while. Now we would like to share it with everyone.

    Why there is no contacts on the website?

    I will get some added for you ASAP.

  • armandorgarmandorg Member, Host Rep

    @interservermike said:

    @armandorg said:

    @jbiloh said:

    @LTniger said:
    Aside from epic domain name, who are they? MX points to interserver.com. Any representatives on LET?

    It's a new service by interserver.


    What's the billing platform for interserver? Is it in-house?

    Right now we bill and manage it under my.interserver.net . Eventually we hope to spin it off into its own billing and management url.

    You did not understand what i asked, i was saying if you are using a billing platform[interserver or whatever] that is public such as WHMCS or you have a custom in-house billing platform?

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  • interservermikeinterservermike Member, Patron Provider

    You did not understand what i asked, i was saying if you are using a billing platform[interserver or whatever] that is public such as WHMCS or you have a custom in-house billing platform?

    The platform is developed in-house.

  • Do you modify messege-id or return-path?

  • interservermikeinterservermike Member, Patron Provider

    @sanvit said:
    Do you modify messege-id or return-path?

    Neither is modified, however, should a message-id not exist, it will be added.

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  • @sanvit said:
    Do you modify messege-id or return-path?

    They use SRS. Look at the FAQ. Pretty slick setup...

  • Not trolling but you kinda look like h3h3 @interservermike

  • @LTniger said:

    @sanvit said:
    Do you modify messege-id or return-path?

    They use SRS. Look at the FAQ. Pretty slick setup...

    John from interserver here. On the FAQ for SRS this means SRS rewriting should be done on the sender end -for example if using cPanel/WHM enable SRS if forwarding is in use. On our end, headers are added for transport domain signing, and arc signing. DKIM for the sender domain would be something that is not added on our end, but would be done on the sender side as well.

  • @LTniger said:

    @sanvit said:
    Do you modify messege-id or return-path?

    They use SRS. Look at the FAQ. Pretty slick setup...

    afaik SRS is for forwarding, not sending?

    @interservermike said:

    @sanvit said:
    Do you modify messege-id or return-path?

    Neither is modified, however, should a message-id not exist, it will be added.

    Do you have some kind of management panel? Where I can see delivery status (even better if delivery status of individual mails are available), quarantined mails, etc.? And do you also fall back to MailChannels, as you also have their SPFs on relay.mailbaby.net?

  • can be use for business mail?

  • interservermikeinterservermike Member, Patron Provider

    @sanvit said:
    Do you have some kind of management panel? Where I can see delivery status (even better if delivery status of individual mails are available), quarantined mails, etc.? And do you also fall back to MailChannels, as you also have their SPFs on relay.mailbaby.net?

    Yes, you can see all messages in the control panel. We use Mail Channels when necessary to ensure delivery.

  • interservermikeinterservermike Member, Patron Provider

    @chiccorosso said:
    can be use for business mail?

    It can be used for any type of mail.

  • All of my mails seems to fall to MailChannels. I guess this is a good thing since MC is more expensive...?

  • MechanicWebMechanicWeb Member, Patron Provider

    @interservermike said: It can be used for any type of mail.

    I haven't yet tried your service, but it certainly is a good approach.

    The industry needs a more affordable email delivery platform.

    It seems you are using Cloudflare to host the DNS for mailbaby.net. Why you are doing that?

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