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==Announcing==
PowerMTA Management Console v1.5r10
PowerMTA v4.5r10

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 on: April 20, 2018, 04:27:46 PM 
Started by hlesta - Last post by hlesta
> aws datacenter doesn't allow send emails using port 25

Only an EC2 instance in AWS can send on port 25, but you may have to ask them to remove the block @ https://aws.amazon.com/premiumsupport/knowledge-center/ec2-port-25-throttle/

Question 1 - 3: You can first start by checking out section 7. Application Programming Interfaces in the user's guide. Knowing the bits and pieces first and then asking for help in that area may be more productive.

Question 4: Linux versions you will have to download additional Submission APIs package from https://download.port25.com/. It is already included with Windows builds for .Net

Hello,

Thank you, I forgot to say that our PMTA is outside of AWS but I want to use some Aws service that should reach it. So if My PMTA is outside of AWS, Can I reach it via API ? Is it necessary use Port 25 to work with API? Port SMTP is neccessary? Or only I need connect to the <source> using any programming language mentioned in PMTA manual section 7?

I have PMTA installed on Linux, So I will download the API content before start to work with it.

Thank you!


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 on: April 20, 2018, 03:45:27 PM 
Started by hlesta - Last post by jsingh@sparkpost.com
> aws datacenter doesn't allow send emails using port 25

Only an EC2 instance in AWS can send on port 25, but you may have to ask them to remove the block @ https://aws.amazon.com/premiumsupport/knowledge-center/ec2-port-25-throttle/

Question 1 - 3: You can first start by checking out section 7. Application Programming Interfaces in the user's guide. Knowing the bits and pieces first and then asking for help in that area may be more productive.

Question 4: Linux versions you will have to download additional Submission APIs package from https://download.port25.com/. It is already included with Windows builds for .Net


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 on: April 20, 2018, 03:31:16 PM 
Started by hlesta - Last post by hlesta
Hello There,

I have thought make infrastructure on AWS using PMTA (screencapture attached in this thread) but aws datacenter doesn't allow send emails using port 25. So, I have been thinking use the PMTA api but I have the following questions.

  • How do I to make the connection with pmta?
  • What port should I to use when I  make the connection via API?
  • Should I  connect to source IP?
  • Has Default PMTA installation API installed and usable?

What do you recommend to improve this project?

Thank you!

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 on: April 10, 2018, 11:15:41 AM 
Started by WillemStam - Last post by WillemStam
Please find below Postmastery's BLOG to get the latest update on this issue.
https://www.postmastery.com/blog/delivery-issues-at-laposte-net-since-last-friday-april-6th-2018/

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 on: April 06, 2018, 05:10:30 AM 
Started by WillemStam - Last post by WillemStam
On April 5th, at 5AM CET, we were alerted by a huge spike in Outlook deferrals. Please follow below link to get further insights:
https://www.postmastery.com/blog/new-smtp-replies-at-outlook-update-your-backoff-patterns-to-avoid-reputation-damage/



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 on: March 21, 2018, 11:58:30 AM 
Started by WillemStam - Last post by WillemStam
All, In below BLOG post, you can read how simple typos in domains can cause severe email delivery issues. You can read what happened and how we solved the issue in terms of PMTA re-configuration. Let me know if you experienced similar issues, Thanks! Willem

https://www.postmastery.com/blog/case-study-typo-domains-can-cause-severe-delivery-issues/


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 on: February 27, 2018, 09:49:24 AM 
Started by WillemStam - Last post by jsingh@sparkpost.com
Thanks, Willem!

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 on: February 27, 2018, 09:44:12 AM 
Started by WillemStam - Last post by WillemStam
All, We would like to share some experience related to the merge AOL and Yahoo; this could impact your PMTA and email delivery in general.
Thanks, Willem - Postmastery

https://www.postmastery.com/blog/aol-yahoo-merge-impact-mta-email-delivery/


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 on: February 26, 2018, 10:37:40 AM 
Started by hlesta - Last post by hlesta
Because they are showing as delivered in PowerMTA, there isn't too much we can do.  Once the message has been received by the remote mail server, it is out of our control what happens to it.  However, I would largely suspect this is a reputation/content issue.  You may want to verify double-opt in verification of your email list, remove any bounced emails from your list, and verify that your content looks good and is requested by members of your list.

Hello Admin thank you,

Nowaday we are sending test emails.

I reached the following conclution:  It happend when we send multiple emails in few seconds and them have the same content, subject and are sending to the same rcpt.

I hope this information help the community.

Thank you!

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 on: February 26, 2018, 10:21:23 AM 
Started by hlesta - Last post by Port25-Admin1
Because they are showing as delivered in PowerMTA, there isn't too much we can do.  Once the message has been received by the remote mail server, it is out of our control what happens to it.  However, I would largely suspect this is a reputation/content issue.  You may want to verify double-opt in verification of your email list, remove any bounced emails from your list, and verify that your content looks good and is requested by members of your list.

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