Starting a few weeks ago Yahoo began rejecting all my emails from Komando.com. No other email has been affected. I use an email forwarding setup through register.com which has worked with no problems for more than 10 years. All mail always come through except komando,com. I use firstname.lastname@example.org (rickseeger.name is a domain that I own) as my email address and register.com changes the address to email@example.com and sends it on. Gmail seems to receive all mail OK. There is one more step after this which is where the problem comes in. Gmail then forwards all mail to my real address firstname.lastname@example.org. This works fine for all mail except komando.com.
The reason for this convoluted setup is a problem I ran into with Frontier years ago. The original idea was for register.com to forward email@example.com directly to firstname.lastname@example.org. This allowed me to change ISPs without changing my email address. Worked for years, then a lot of the mail went into limbo never to be seen again.
I tried to fix the komando.com problem by updating my address to email@example.com to bypass all the forwarding. Problem is, komando.com wants to send a confirming email to my old address and I can’t receive it. So, I’m stuck. Any ideas? Thanks, Rick Seeger.
It looks like a conflict is occurring when the mail is forwarding from your domain to your Google hosted address and then on to another address. The best solution would be to update your account to use the end address you want to receive mail on.
We can update the email on file from the back-end to bypass the verification email. As such, I have changed the email on file for you to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your newsletters should start coming through to that address within 24-48 hours. If you still need help, you can reach out to us directly at email@example.com.