This page is intended to be sort of a to-do list for me, especially for things related to this blog.

  1. Sender Verification Callouts will frequently also reject mails from noreply@ or similar email addresses. This is because frequently addresses that don’t intend to receive mail will either not have a mailbox, or will reject all mail. Either way, the test mail sent by the sender verification will be rejected, causing the callout to fail. Since noreply@ addresses are frequently used by various services to send notifications. It would probably be a good idea to think of some configuration to allow these notifications to be accepted while still having the benefits of the callouts. On the other hand, a quick google search seems to indicate that the popular opinion is that sending mail from noreply@ addresses are a bad idea. See here:

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