Email diagnostic tools
This is a collection of links for diagnostic tools on the web to check your email:
Domain Settings Check (MX Check)
Do your mailings end up in the spam folder?
If you offer mailings via a mailing sender, in most cases certain information must be stored with the so-called name server in the settings for your domain. These specifications are called SPF and DKIM. Your mailing sender will tell you the values to be entered. If you experience shipping problems and manage your domains and emails with us, we will be happy to check the settings, otherwise please contact your domain provider.
Here you can test the stored settings:
This is a test to determine whether one’s email address is somewhere (legitimately or not) on a “blacklist”, and is therefore blocked. To do this, simply enter the domain, which is the part of the email after the @ sign. If you have any questions or problems, we will be happy to help you if you are a customer of ours.
Lists of millions of compromised user accounts have surfaced on the Internet. Some research institutes have prepared this data and offer ways to check whether you are affected. Here is the link to test your own email(s) at the Hasso Plattner Institute in Potsdam to see if you are affected:
You enter your e-mail address there and in a few minutes you get a result sent to your e-mail box, whether your own data appears in these directories of the web criminals.
If your own e-mail address appears in the list, this does not necessarily mean that the problem still exists, since you could theoretically have changed all the access data that were created with this e-mail in the meantime. You shouldn’t count on it.
If your email is on the list, as a precaution, we recommend that you change the password for all user accounts on websites that use this email address as your identification.