How to setup DKIM in MaxBulk Mailer

With MaxBulk Mailer 8.6.7 we added support for DKIM. DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is a method for validating the authenticity of email messages. When you send an email with DKIM activated, it is signed using a private key and then validated on the receiving mail server (or ISP) using a public key on your domain DNS record. DKIM is optional but quite recommended since having emails that are signed with DKIM appear more legitimate to your recipients and as a result, they are less likely to go to Junk or Spam folders. In addition to verifying the authenticity of an …

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Bulk e-mail attachments or links to online files

You have to send a message to your subscribers and you need to send a couple of PDF documents. Is it better through bulk e-mail attachments or links to online files? MaxBulk Mailer fully supports attachments but except in very particular cases, I would recommend not to send attachments as part of a bulk email campaign. I mean all of them, whatever they are, PDFs, Word files, Excel files, and even pictures. There are several reasons for that but I will talk about the most important ones (in my opinion) for you and your recipients: Bulk e-mail attachments, Message size …

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MaxBulk Mailer recipient lists no longer sorted alphabetically

All of a sudden, right after updating your system to macOS High Sierra you probably found out that all the recipient lists throughout the software were no longer sorted alphabetically. Well, I believe we were the first to find out and it took more than two weeks to actually receive the first complaints from MaxBulk Mailer users. We even received screenshots like this: So what happened? We believe it all has to do with the new APFS hard disk format that comes with the macOS 10.13 High Sierra operating system. It is a format exclusively used on SSD drives, for …

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