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New domain names

Posted: 12 Feb 2017, 00:05
by Admin
I have sorted out old domain names which are mostly blacklisted. They can be still used but no more selected.
At the same time I implemented a solution that new domain names will regularly appear and disappear depending of the date.
This should prevent that domain names become too quickly blacklisted.

Re: New domain names

Posted: 21 Feb 2017, 22:53
by user34563
This change broke my script, because apparently when I send a JSON update for existing addresses that use an old domain name, the server rejects the whole session.

I've not tried removing the domain name from the JSON record, which will perhaps work. But this apparently means new addresses cannot be created with old domain names using the API. I'm not bothered if the old domain names are excluded from the GUI, but it would be useful if they would continue to be accepted by the API.

Thanks.

Re: New domain names

Posted: 22 Feb 2017, 06:43
by mr-flot
Will this also apply to my old favourites sn*****t and contbay?
Which unless I'm wrong were created for registered users only and should not appear on blacklists, but I suppose that depends on what registered users were doing with them.

Will senders continue to be able to send emails to my wegwerfmail addresses for evermore or will they eventually be dropped?

Thank you.

Edit: Just noticed contbay is now available as a free address. Why the change?

Re: New domain names

Posted: 23 Feb 2017, 17:08
by elbowGrease
Admin wrote:I have sorted out old domain names which are mostly blacklisted. They can be still used but no more selected.
Not sure about others, but the blacklisting doesn't bother me. OTOH, losing proxymail.eu and rcpt.at is an annoyance. Would you mind keeping them available, and perhaps warn users of the blacklisting (if needed)?
Admin wrote: At the same time I implemented a solution that new domain names will regularly appear and disappear depending of the date.
I hope this doesn't affect continuity of inbound mail. If you turn off rcpt.at one day, will inbound mail still get through? If the appearance/disappearance is just for address creation, how does it thwart the blacklisting?
Admin wrote: This should prevent that domain names become too quickly blacklisted.
Domains can be blacklisted and unlisted off and on, from one day to the next. Your approach sounds very high maintenance. There are gratis services you can subscribe to that will email you when a domain becomes listed or unlisted. You could have a script that reacts to that, which would warn users creating an address. E.g., a pull-down could look like this:

kurzepost.de (blacklisted)
objectmail.com
proxymail.eu (blacklisted)
rcpt.at (blacklisted)
trash-mail.at
trashmail.at
trashmail.me
trashmail.net
wegwerfmail.de (blacklisted)
wegwerfmail.net (blacklisted)
wegwerfmail.org

Re: New domain names

Posted: 25 Feb 2017, 15:14
by Jess
This is a disaster for me. I used an objectmail.com address to access a much loved forum that I'm active on. I recently forgot my password and can no longer receive password reset links because the objectmail.com domain has vanished from trashmail. Please can you bring it back? I'm really upset.

Re: New domain names

Posted: 26 Feb 2017, 06:19
by Guest
Jess, according to the original post "They can be still used but no more selected".

I have several objectmail.com addresses and just tested one of them (sent myself an email), it is still working.

I'm a Trashmail Pro user.

Re: New domain names

Posted: 26 Feb 2017, 14:56
by Admin
You can still use the old domain names. They will still be supported. They are only no more shown in the GUI.
So you can create, edit and delete disposable email addresses with the old domain names. For example by typing the domain manually int he domain field in the web address manager.
Also it should not broke automatic scripts.

Re: New domain names

Posted: 26 Feb 2017, 16:38
by kurzepost-user
When sending an email to a hushmail.com user, my mail server gives this feedback:

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Mail delivery to the following recipient has finally failed:

bob@hushmail.com
   Last reason: 550 5.1.8
   Explanation: host plsmtp1.hushmail.com [65.39.152.130] said:
                <alice@kurzepost.de>: Sender address rejected:
                Domain not found

   Transcript of session:
   ... while talking to plsmtp1.hushmail.com [65.39.152.130]:
   >>> RCPT TO:<bob@hushmail.com>
   <<< 550 5.1.8 <alice@kurzepost.de>: Sender address rejected: Domain
       not found
That doesn't appear like a blacklisting problem.. it appears the domain is unknown to DNS servers, no?

Re: New domain names

Posted: 26 Feb 2017, 16:49
by kurzepost-user
The problem I just reported may be unique to hushmail. I was able to send a message to a user of a different service with a @kurzepost.de address in the From: field without issue. So it seems hushmail may have implemented blacklisting in a way that gives a bogus error message.

Re: New domain names

Posted: 01 Mar 2017, 23:48
by Admin
This is a bug at hushmail.com.
kurzepost.de is still active:
# host -t MX kurzepost.de
kurzepost.de mail is handled by 20 smtp2.trashmail.com.
kurzepost.de mail is handled by 10 smtp.trashmail.com.

You can check it here:
https://mxtoolbox.com/SuperTool.aspx?ac ... n=toolpage