AOL announced earlier today that it has updated its DMARC strategy to “reject” it. It’s the same messaging security and brand protection strategy as Yahoo! recently adopted, which aims to reduce the risk of unauthorized emails sent from the domain of their company.
AOL Policy DMARC Yahoo! and AOL has just updated their use of DMARC as “senders” of email. They are also DMARC users on the reception side. Royally still confused?
These two companies send and receive a ton of emails while millions of people use @yahoo and @AOL email addresses. On the receiving side, they are among the many ISPs that check the sender’s DMARC policy to determine whether or not a message should be accepted. On the sender side, they implemented DMARC to prevent unauthorized use of their domains. See below for more information on this topic.
With today’s changes, AOL now requires all ISPs (large email recipients) who have adopted DMARC (including itself) to reject messages sent from @ aol.com unless message was sent through an authorized AOL phone number mail server.
Just as you can no longer send bulk messages from a @ yahoo.com account, you can not send bulk messages from an @ aol.com email address. If you do, any recipient using an email account provider who has adopted DMARC will not receive it. Internet service providers that have adopted DMARC at the time of receipt include Gmail, Outlook.com, Yahoo!, AOL, Comcast, and others.
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How to large ISPs are using DMARC
Yahoo!, AOL and many other companies are adopting an Aol email security protocol called DMARC, Do not accept email from my domain unless they are actually sent through my servers. mail. The goal is to minimize or stop unauthorized messages, AOL phone number especially phishing and identity theft attacks.
What makes things a little more tricky here is that the major Internet service providers such as AOL and Yahoo! are also providers of email accounts. Because of this, they are both senders of emails (businesses as companies and all the users of the e-mail accounts they provide) and recipients of emails (billions of dollars). emails are sent to @aol and @yahoo accounts).
Regarding shipments, so far, there were no rules, other than email marketing best practices, that prohibited you from sending a bulk message from an AOL email account.
The adoption of DMARC “rejection” policy changes that. Now Yahoo! and AOL say: “you can not use your @ aol.com or @ yahoo.com email AOL phone number account other than by sending a personal message through our mail servers”.
What it all means for you
Check out our article on Yahoo! a DMARC Refusal Policy for more details on what it means to you as an email marketing specialist.
The same concepts remain true here:
- Do not use @AOL addresses for bulk mailing
- Personal emails, make sure to use an AOL SMTP server (see how).
- For mailing lists, see the recommendations of the AOL Postmaster.
The safer the email world, the better
The changes brought by these large ISPs make sense. It’s not just phishing and spoofing: spammers often use free email addresses because they are quick to create and hard to follow (which is behind them).
In fact, you will not even be allowed to use MailUp if you use a free email address. It’s been a long time since it’s part of our customer approval process, and these Yahoo! and AOL only confirm the validity of this requirement.
Anything that improves the overall security and reliability of email as a communication tool makes sense to us. In fact, we expect many other ISPs to follow AOL and Yahoo! and implement a strict DMARC policy