Critical news affecting global mail deliverability now appears as “News Insights“, together with new Lightmeter release announcements, and the analysis of log data is significantly more efficient.
Sometimes external events affect the global mail network and your mailservers’ deliverability. Recent examples are Spamcop causing millions of servers to spontaneously reject all mail when their domain expired, and Gmail’s extended hard bouncing of valid mailboxes.
Reacting quickly in these cases is critical to minimizing disruption, which is why Lightmeter now creates occasional “News Insights” with information about such disruption, and generates optional notifications via enabled channels. New Lightmeter releases will also be communicated this way.
maillog, requested by @jan.emsters
The full list of merge requests and commits is on GitLab.
Join us in making email peaceful and transparent — request or add what you’re missing to make your own mail server steadfast and efficient:
Go to the GitLab repo, fork it, build it, and submit your first pull request (there are many open issues to choose from if you’d like inspiration, including some quick wins). And if you get stuck at any point, drop by the forum, the Fediverse, Telegram, Twitter, or email.
Missing your favourite packaging system? Request it in the comments.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme within the framework of the NGI-POINTER Project funded under grant agreement No 871528.