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I have a request to operators of mail servers

natestammnatestamm Member
edited March 2013 in General

I am really interested in some feedback from the community on this. If you are operating a mail server which has some basic proper DNS configurations please try an auth check at [email protected]

Also any one would be going the extra mile with an attempt to register an account at I am attempting yahoo and outlook domains as a personal account for access to forums and receiving...

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I am embarrassed to say I have never made an attempt to reach out to this particular web site for my auth and record checks but I am also not liking the pattern of information I receive here.

I have had my home network IP back traced to RBLs because I still keep my wifi on some times coming home from work.

Most auth checks I do not see being so hard, But this particular service is boggling my mind. A handful of checks last night indicated resolving the entire IPv6 Net Range for Enzu to hosts in China.

I'm lost, But every interaction I have with this domain-including their front line Reps-has me feeling as if they're trying to sell me on their product. *And every other tool I use gives me no issues

Your Domain:

SPF record syntax: PASS
SPF record Domain/IP matching: PASS SenderID record Domain/IP matching: PASS an example.

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