Tucows Adds Return Path Email Feedback Loop to OpenSRS Email
Making it harder for spam to infiltrate its millions of mailboxes hosted online, Internet services Tucows (www.tucows.com) has added a feedback loop-mail address (or FBL), in partnership with path return (www.returnpath.net), a firm reputation for email services.
According to the announcement Tucows’ on Thursday, its wholesale division of Internet services, OpenSRS, provides and manages millions of mailboxes on behalf of its network of more than 9,000 resellers worldwide, and its OpenSRS Email end-users of services are now able to easily report spam simply by pressing a “Report Spam” button in your webmail interface. FBL return service provides authorized email senders who choose to participate in the feedback loop with a copy of messages that the recipients have reported as spam.
“Our new feedback loop to reduce unwanted incoming spam hitting inboxes of our users, providing an effective reporting system that provides the data of end users directly to Internet providers and other senders that allows them to take steps to reduce spam sent from their systems, “Tucows IT security and compliance manager Garrick Lau said in a statement.
Adding this FBL Tucows demonstrates the commitment to make the Internet and email, in particular, the easier and more effective.
Return Path can provide feedback Tucows qualified service to e-mail senders, so that senders can identify customers, while no longer wish to receive e similar, and quickly recognize the problems coming from their networks, such as infected virus, spam-producing computers.
“Partnering with Return Path keeps us connected with the major email providers worldwide to help improve the standard FBL and best practices,” Lau continued. Experience “Return Path, in a display of email and collaboration in the community wide e-mail allow us to maximize the effectiveness of our newly established FBL.
Return Path Business Development Vice President Alex Rubin said FBL helps both email senders and recipients of email to improve email experience. “They help senders, giving them actionable information they can use to improve their email programs and reduce complaint rates,” Rubin said in a statement. “Feedback loops also help recipients as possible reach their customers removed from the mailing lists that no longer value. Feedback loops help eliminate spam for all: sending, receiving and more importantly, the end users. “