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Monthly Archives: April 2014

Command Center: Delivery Optimizer

By: Chris ReiboldSenior Email AnalystFor those of you who don’t know, JangoMail is based out of Dayton, Ohio and we are ranked as one of the 12 worst allergy cities to live in. With the dreaded pollen, I can only anticipate that our team of Jangolopes will be affected. However, I know we’ll get through it […]

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AOL Follows Yahoo in DMARC Policy Change

By: Chris ReiboldSenior Email Analyst A couple weeks ago I wrote about how Yahoo’s DMARC change would be a new trend and that we would see it going forward with other email providers. No, I’m not psychic, but I was right.  Yesterday AOL announced the same change. For more details, click here to read my first […]

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On Track With Jack: Welcome Newbees and Deliverability Buzz

Finally, spring is here! With the warm weather comes a swarm of newbees, new free trial users that is. Over the last month or so, we’ve had the most sign-ups to date, and today we’re going to review what you need to do to get started with JangoMail. Existing users, you can benefit from this […]

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Heartbleed Bug

By: Dave WalkerTechnical Support EngineerA vulnerability was discovered recently in OpenSSL.  This vulnerability is known as “Heartbleed.” OpenSSL is a tool which is used by many websites for secure communications. The JangoMail team has performed a full review of our systems. JangoMail does not use OpenSSL in its communications, and was not affected by this […]

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Yahoo Policy Change Impacts Delivery

By: Chris Reibold Senior Email Analyst While I did put considerable thought into titling this blog post “Yahoo breaks the internet!”, I thought that might be a little dramatic, but it was tempting. Within the last 48 hours, Yahoo made a bold move in updating their DMARC policy setting to “p=reject.” Therefore, mail containing a Yahoo […]

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Command Center: Conditional Logic

By: Dave WalkerTechnical Support Engineer Meet Bob. Bob has a problem. Bob owns a car dealership, and it’s time for the new models to arrive. There’s a new sports car, a new family car, and a new truck. His problem is that he only has one contact list, and he wants to send different announcements […]

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