Adventures at the Deliverability Summit – Part 3

We’re hoping to get some thoughts posted from all of our Deliverability Summit panel participants, and Dennis Dayman was nice enough to provide the following.

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Adventures at the Deliverability Summit – Part 1

Great session yesterday at the Deliverability Summit, with a bigger than expected turnout. Kudos to Barry Abel, Carrie Scott and Mike Hillyer for hosting and presenting, and to George Schlossnagle for ...

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At the Deliverability Summit…

We held our Deliverability Summit earlier today, and had a great turn out – probably around 45 or 50 clients, friends and industry colleagues on hand. We’ll have more about the event later, but I just ...

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Right and Wrong Lessons From Recent Data Breaches

My friend Ken Magill has been right to call out some of the over-the-top (arguably stupid) assertions made around the Epsilon breach. But there’s another category of statements that offend my sensibilities ...

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Breaches and Consequences: Thoughts On A Way Forward for the Email Community – Part 2

What I want to talk about here is how we move forward in addressing data security — more precisely, a framework for addressing the issue, not the particulars. First, I’m pleased to see various industry ...

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Breaches and Consequences: Thoughts On A Way Forward for the Email Community – Part 1

There’s been a lot of ink spilled recently regarding data breaches among the email service provider community. Some comments I’ve found to be well-reasoned and constructive while others to be alarmist ...

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Permissions and the Road to Improved Deliverability – Let’s Rethink This

I participated in a lively exchange online with some email industry colleagues recently around the topic of improving deliverability through permission-based lists versus data management techniques, such ...

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Message Queuing & Segregation: Lessons from the Airline Industry

Many email marketers are unaware of the importance of message queuing to the successful delivery of their email. As a component of their messaging infrastructure, queuing is something that marketers typically ...

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Let’s Not Panic About The Transition To IPv6

A handful of articles in the British tech press earlier this week attracted a lot of attention in the email anti-abuse community because of issues raised about IPv6 potentially obsoleting certain spam-blocking ...

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