Earlier this year the CA/Browser Forum voted to make Certificate Authority Authorization (CAA) mandatory for all Certificate Authorities. What this means that domains will need to assert via DNS records (the CAA DNS RRType) which CA’s are permitted to issue certificates for your domains. Think of it as “sort of like SPF, but for SSL/TLS certs”. CAA … [Read more]
Category: What’s New
We are in the process of upgrading our easySMTP: Outbound Mail system to a new server cluster, which will require a change of the public IP from 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199. Authentication information will be maintained and we will be pointing the mailout.easydns.com so no changes will be needed to move to the new system and … [Read more]
We are in the process of upgrading our easymail mailout system to a new server cluster, which will require a change of the public IP from 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206.
AAAA records can now be created or updated via DYN update calls. Be sure to escape special characters like colons with %3A and forward slashes with %2F as necessary in IPv6 addresses.
We would like to announce that we have implemented the Sender Rewrite Scheme, or SRS, on our mail forwarding services. This is designed to remedy the increasingly prevelant problem with SPF enforcement breaking email forwarding services from any provider, including ourselves. The SPF protocol allows domain administrators to specify which mailservers are authorised to send … [Read more]