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MTS Email Sytem Blocking Us

Dear Manitoba Stronger Together Members, We hope this message finds you well. We've recently encountered a concerning issue regarding email communication. It has come to our attention that emails sent from our Manitoba Stronger Together Gmail account to any of you who use MTS email service, (MTS.NET and MYMYS.NET email addresses) are being rejected by the MTS mail servers. We apologize for any inconvenience this may have caused and wanted to inform you about this matter.

It seems that MTS has identified our emails as potential spam, resulting in the rejection of our messages. We have tried various approaches, including using a different originating email address, but unfortunately, the issue persists.

This means that if you have an MTS email address, you may not have received recent communications from us, including the invite for tonight's meeting.

To ensure that you stay updated on our events and activities, we will be using this BLOG as our primary means of communication moving forward.

The Zoom meeting invite link will remain the same each week, and you can find it on the blog post or in the FAQ section of our website. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause and appreciate your understanding as we navigate this situation.

If you are an MTS customer and would like to help address this issue, you can consider reaching out to MTS and expressing your concerns about the blocked emails. We value your engagement and participation, and we are committed to finding effective ways to keep you informed and connected.

Thank you for your continued support and dedication to building a stronger Manitoba together. Let's keep working towards positive change!

Best regards, Manitoba Stronger Together Team

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Ryan Schultz
Ryan Schultz
Aug 08, 2023

Web host here, working primarily with software, hardware, and DNS. MTS mail servers (which are 3rd party) are notoriously poorly configured, and provide bad error messaging generally. In your case, you can try adding a proper SPF Record, without which MOST email servers will deny your emails. It's a TXT Record that looks like this: v=spf1 ~all

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