Yahoo DMARC Policy

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Yahoo (and now AOL) have changed their domain authentication policy so that emails are not allowed to be delivered if they are sent via a third-party application.

This is going to affect you if you have a website where your users can send emails from their own email addresses via your website and your website uses a third-party service such as Mandrill to deliver emails.
Read here how we dealt with this at Quillcards.

2 thoughts on “Yahoo DMARC Policy

  1. I read it and understood. Luckily for me, I don’t have to think about it. Over the years, I’ve had several Yahoo email addresses. There was a period, I think perhaps last year, when each and every one of them got hacked. Then they deleted all accounts they considered ‘inactive’. I just don’t bother with them anymore.

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