Posted by Matthew on Jun 21, 2013
UPDATE: 6/25/13 According to a recent statement by Yahoo, they’ll spend thirty days hard bouncing inbound traffic to any email address they plan to recycle on August 15th. That means you could see higher bounce rates on your list starting July 15th. Just so you know, many ISPs recycle dormant accounts into spam traps, and …
Posted by Matthew on Apr 8, 2013
Yahoo is retiring old accounts, so you might see higher bounce rates. Do your own Spring cleaning to avoid that mess!
Posted by Amanda on Oct 27, 2008
As the first service to offer iPhone and Yahoo! Mobile access for email marketing, we would be remiss in not keeping up with the current trends in mobile technology. MailChimp is happy to announce that we have extended mobile access to all Google Android devices. From your T-Mobile G1 (or future Android enabled device), just …
Posted by Ben on Feb 12, 2008
Here’s an interesting article about email authentication over at NetworkWorld: Will Yahoo block messages that aren’t signed? For years, ISPs have been a little vague about how they’re going to handle authentication. Will it be used to block email? Does every legit email marketer need to authenticate their messages? Do ESPs need to offer it …