How to configure Yahoo Feedback Loop service 1) If you do not own a Yahoo account it is necessary to create one 2) Go to: feedbackloop.yahoo.net 3) Next proceed to fill in new CFL application 4) Fill in the form using following data: a) Reporting Email – Address to which reports will be sent – […]
What is feedback loop? Feedback loop is a e-mail mailbox providers’ service which allows for monitoring of abuse reports regarding sent messages. EmailLabs provides support for 3 of the biggest e-mail services: Yahoo, Hotmail and AOL. How to monitor reports? Basic information regarding abuse reports can be found on the graph seen just after logging […]
Dedicated IP – It is an IP address dedicated solely to your VPS server. Consequently this allows you to independently take care of your reputation.
Injected – Message was injected by you to EmailLabs system. Ok – Message was accepted by receiver’s server – message was delivered. Softbounce – Information indicating that message delivery is temporarily suspended due to: receiver’s inbox being full, receiver’s server being turned off, or message being too big. Hardbounce – Information indicating that a message […]
What are tags? Tags – text markers used for distinguishing and marking contents. Example: You can mark registration confirmation messages as e.g. “registration” and track the deliverability of tagged messages to a user. Each message can have unlimited number of tags. How to tag messages? To tag messages a „X-MAILTAGS:” parameter must be added in […]
What is Whitelabel? Whitelabel is a feature linked to “unsubscribe”, link tracking and open tracking. Thanks to it all links placed in your message will have an address containing your domain. How to set up Whitelabel? Read article here.
What is Open tracking? Open tracking allows you to check who opened your e-mail message. How to turn Open tracking on/off? Read article here. What is Link tracking? Link tracking allows you to check who clicked in a link placed in your e-mail message. How to turn Link tracking on/off? Read article here.
What is DMARC? DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance) is an initiative that is being developed and used by companies such as Google, Facebook, PayPal or Amazon. DMARC combines both SPF and DKIM, and offers additional features. How does DMARC work? In order to use DMARC, you first need to configure SPF and DKIM […]
What is DKIM? DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) – A method created to ensure e-mail receives that a sender is an owner of an address e.g. email@example.com , and is not trying to spoof it. How does DKIM work? Thanks to a properly configured SMTP server a sender inserts ciphered information about an e-mail message in […]
What is SPF? SPF (Sender Policy Framework) – An incoming mail servers security protection protocol, IT blocks e-mail receival from unauthorized sources. SPF was created to limit the number of SPAM e-mails. How does SPF work? SPF protected server checks in DNS system whether a message was send from a server authorized to send out […]