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You could edit your hosts file or run a DNS server on a local network to create a machine with a top level domain name. The email address will be only accessible if it's routed only within that local network but it's a possible configuration.


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It is valid because test could be a top-level domain and localpart@top-level-domain is a valid email address. See for example Email address, domain part


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I have to admit that I have not followed e-mail clients much over the years. However, I do not think that too many if any e-mail clients screen links, however any anti-spam and anti-virus software will. Generally, these e-mails are returned as an attachment in a text e-mail warning that there is a problem. Some anti-spam software will drop the e-mail ...


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Use SMTP sending on global configuration in Joomla, and insert your e-mail account access data here (to be extra careful with security, place configuration.php outside public_html. You will find several documents on how to do that on the internet). Use a VALID account, registered at your host, on your domain Preferrably, don't set a different "reply to" ...


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Postfix has the feature always_bcc. This parameter specifies an optional address that receives a copy of each message that enters the Postfix system, not including bounces that are generated locally. Here is a link: http://www.postfix.org/postconf.5.html Search for always_bcc. This should offer some clue as to what Postfix is doing and if it is working, ...


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I have never shared an email account, so I don't have much experience with that aspect, although it seems like a bad idea. You should try to use some other system that allows all the involved parties to have a copy of each mail and documentation, may be some kind of groupware, or an application like basecamp or any other alternative that better suits your ...


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If you migrate the website from old to new provider in cPanel format. It will be migrated as it is and will transfer the emails as well. Please check with your new host as to how they are going to perform the transfer. On a safer side, download all the emails on your local machine using Outlook. Doing this, all emails from old host will be downloaded on ...


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I'm going to break your question into two parts: Where can I send test email? Send test email to a disposable email address service. [1] These services automatically create an inbox for any email you send to them. You can then read the messages in the inbox through their web site, without registration and without a password. For example, I can send an ...


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Is the sending email address in the contact lists of your Yahoo and Gmail receiving accounts? This might avoid the spam treatment.


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Can you post an example email showing what you have been sending? For gmail going into spam and marking a few emails as not spam might do the trick, the same thing should work for yahoo mail.


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To be sure your emails go to the inbox folder of your users, you need to respect some guidelines from Google. Here are some points: Use the same address in the 'From:' header on every bulk mail you send A user must be able to unsubscribe from your mailing list All messages must be formatted according to RFC 5322 and, if using HTML, HTML standards Sign ...


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There are many things that we can't say for sure because the spam world and spam filters are a never ending battle and constantly adding new rules and new ways to avoid rules. But a few things on those headers have caused problems on some clients. X-Apparently-To Many people has rules stating that if they are not a clear recipient addressed on the to field ...


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Spam filters will check many stages and factors with regards to your sender reputation, infrastructure content etc. Here is a simplified version of what Barracuda Spam Firewall does. I have had real difficulties in the past sending email notifications from one of my web hosts (fairly cheap shared hosting) sent using php mail. I then switched to using ...


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To be honest with you I would like to think that Mail Chimp will have spf records and domain keys etc all sorted out and generally keeping the reputation of their infrastructure clean. Hence I would imagine this will be issues with your content and interactions from your recipients. A couple of things I have noticed straight off. It looks quite image ...


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When a mail server wants to deliver mail to @domain.tld, it makes a DNS lookup for the MX record for that particular domain. It will connect to the server returned by the lookup with SMTP, and send the e-mail. So, you should add the MX record for your @domain.tld domain, and enter the name of the server that handles the e-mail for that domain.


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You have to encode your E-Mail contents using proper E-Mail encoding methods before they show up correctly in E-Mails. If I were you, I would use wp_mail() function inside WordPress to send the E-Mails. I don't know if it does all the required encodings though. Another alternative is to use SwiftMailer to send the E-Mails. It certainly takes care of all ...


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An HTML email may contain all the the HTML tags. Specially important, even when redundant, is to use <meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" /> (or whichever charset you want to use) to avoid potential problems with charsets on clients that don't read the headers, or do a post interpretation based on what they find on the ...


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To have emails sent out from a server and to pass certain validation tests you need to configure the server for SPF and DKIM. SPF is a rather simple process that involves setting an SPF or TXT record in your DNS records. The receiving mail server, then checks the DNS record to see if the sending machine is authorized by your domain's records, just as you ...



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