Category Archives: ISPs

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Spam traps

What is a spam trap? Spam traps are mailboxes either created for the sole purpose of identifying spammers, purchased list users, list harvesters or they are abandoned mailboxes belonging to real individuals. Types of spam traps? There are two type of spam traps: Pristine spam traps which are created by ISPs, webmails and even blacklists… Read More »

SFR bounce codes explained

In France ISPs mailboxes still represents a large chunk of the targeted B-to-C segment. Today, we are taking about one the largest french ISP named as SFR.The largest french ISPs are known to be using the filtering systems from Vade Secure. In this post we’ll look at the GU_EIB bounce codes and their meaning. The… Read More »

More marketers wants to send communications through TLS

Across the last couple of months I have seen more and more marketers asking for the possibility to send out their communications through a secured end-to-end encrypted connection. A while ago, Gmail started to promote TLS (Transport Layer Security) encryption for marketers sending communications towards individuals using their services. While, the fact of not sending… Read More »

Terra Brazil to discontinue free email service

After Orange UK announcing closure of its e-mail service as of 31st May this year, Terra Brazil has announced recently that it will discontinue its free email service from 30th June 2017. Terra recommends users of its free email service to backup their e-mails and files along with notifying their contacts prior to the service… Read More »

Orange UK closing down email service

After acquiring Orange UK, EE has decided to close email service hosted by the ISP. While other actors of in the field of free webmails are offering continuous improvements in terms of features and user experience, Orange has not updated its webmail service since 2012 and pushes users of its free webmail service to choose… Read More »