There have been some changes made by e-mail providers such as AOL and Yahoo! regarding how e-mail messages are approved for deliverability.
In summary, e-mail providers are trying to prevent “e-mail spoofing” of a From address. You can do a Google search for “DMARC” and find various articles on the topic. Most of them are a bit confusing and not a great read.
The non-technical explanation is that e-mail providers such as AOL and Yahoo! will no longer allow someone to send an e-mail with a From address of @aol.com or @yahoo.com, unless the e-mail originates from their actual e-mail server.
You can view AOL’s DMARC Policy at http://postmaster-blog.aol.com/2014/04/22/aol-mail-updates-dmarc-policy-to-reject and Yahoo’s DMARC Policy at https://help.yahoo.com/kb/postmaster/yahoo-dmarc-policy-sln24050.html.
Please note that this is not specific to Colony One or our service. This will impact every company, every website form with a From field, and numerous other types of communication distribution tools.
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