Are the search engines monitored for stuff that is popping up when see>mail searches are done?
See>mail1 - http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&q=see>mail1.com
Pops up several sites that identify campaign monitor, including cm blogs and aboutus.org has information
Is see>mail1 not used for email broadcast? I know the last few campaigns I've sent were See>mail3 4 or 5 but if See>mail1 is used... irronically opposite from the cm blog entry that shows in the search results the cover is blown.
I've changed your references to See>mail here so we don't get searches showing it on this page either. I've removed that blog post (it was an old one we had missed, the current version uses an image instead of text for the crucial part).
We do our best to avoid these things being found, and we don't send from see>mail1 any more either. It's not 100% perfect but in most cases your customers aren't going to spend a ton of time looking either.
Does your reply mean the previous SPF and domain key setup needs changing?
No, we still use that domain for SPF and domainkeys (through the way it is setup, it all works fine), so those instructions are still accurate.
Forgot to ask, this would be same for both CM and MM?
MailBuild does not currently support DomainKeys, but you can use the same SPF line for Campaign Monitor for your MailBuild 'from' domains
Thanks for looking into this... just for update and to help you guys get it all clear... two sites are still showing when you do a google search for see>mail1
I've removed the other reference but the aboutus wiki people keep readding the information, so it is hard to get permanently removed.
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