Simple consistency will do: FROM = ReplyTo = bounce = sender
This way, the receiving server has no guess work, and filters no doubt.
Make your SPF, DKIM, and then DMARC work :cool:
The old site will not work anymore, while the new one will.
Have a look at this post, which has the styler link, so you can create the most compatible html emails ;)
RFC says abuse@ and postmaster@ are a must, all else optional. You can use either for FBL registrations, it will work fine.
The problem with this is, that many receiving servers these days choose to send bounces back not to the designated bounce server (BS), but to the...
Plenty of choice for free in this template gallery:
For both it can take a bit until the database is fully updated and consistent.
Also, unfinished/overlapping crons can cause camps in waiting to...
# Look at the hosting company's FAQ or call their customer service to find out.
# See the delivery server logs for when it has really sent.
It is in the file
MailWizz really is a GEM!
Perhaps make an extension out of it for
It was about the number of connections (the rest we know).
Try this: disable PCNTL and see how many concurrent connections you get?
It is actually PCNTL that will determine to a large part how many concurrent connections are being made. Of course, more are needed (or less is...
# clear indication, when DS is switched, ie how much of each camp was processed til then, and against quota
# allow setting for amount of memory...
If you develop such extension that takes into account the mentioned (and perhaps more) variables, then I can imagine this will be of interest to...
# save each AR content as a template
# then add each template to the template library, ideally with a suggestive name, e.g. AR template S01A01
Use a third party smtp provider for any kind of email from your vps, and abide by both of their rules.
Your email address still shows in the first post, perhaps you might like to remove it.
Great to know we are safe. Thanks for sharing!
Separate names with a comma.