By: Chris Reibold
Senior 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 post.
Like the Yahoo change, this only affects messages with the From address of AOL.com. If you are sending from AOL.com to AOL.com through JangoMail (or any other email provider), then your message will never be delivered.
The domino effect is clearly in play here. You can expect Hotmail and Gmail to follow suit accordingly in the near future. Keep it here for the latest.
Bottom line: Do not use an @aol.com, @yahoo.com, @gmail.com, @hotmail.com, or other free email provider address to send your emails. Instead, set up and send from your own domain. Learn how to here.