Re: Crypto key
Mailchump no longer looks like the 600 lb gorilla of email, does it?
Junior cloud Digital Ocean has revealed that some of its clients’ email addresses were exposed to attackers, thanks to an attack on email marketing service Mailchimp. This story starts last week when some of the blockheads in crypto-land noticed that email marketing service Mailchimp had suspended service for some of their …
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"Is SendGrid one of the better options you mention?"
My preferred option is SparkPost. If you want to integrate with their API, then it's really well documented and consistent. A real breath of fresh air compared to the horrors I've had to integrate with elsewhere. They seem to be used by some really high volume customers, and in the six years I've used them I haven't experienced any outages.
...announced its clients were undertaking less blockchain-related activity.
Mentioned the B-word. Block it.
Sounds like this bunch of postal primates have never advanced beyond the sort of control that gave us "Philip K Masculine Area" and other such gems. How quaint and old skool.
"The reason for that outage was that Mailchimp had suspended Digital Ocean’s account, without any warning or explanation."
I have a feeling Digital Ocean have been accused of that in the past, google "digital ocean suspended my account", as much as I like DO perhaps they know how it feels now.........
It's December 2022 and I'm still waiting for that to happen. DigitalOcean now appears to be the largest botnet host on Earth. They still don't read abuse complaints, don't subscribe to public blacklists, or appear to be doing anything at all except watching their service burn to the ground.