A Marketer's Field Guide to Mail.ru

The Russian web-mail service, Mail.ru was launched in 1998. With more than 100 million active email accounts and 400 million total mailboxes, Mail.ru is the largest web-mail provider in Russia and on the European continent. The Postmaster and Anti-Abuse Team at Mail.ru are highly engaged with the public and have created an informative Postmaster page to help Senders understand what it takes to get... Continue »

Don't Wait to Authenticate

In March I wrote an article entitled, European Email Marketers; How the Phishing Phenomenon Impacts You (Even if You've Never Been Spoofed). I received some excellent feedback after publishing it and most of them said, “It’s not just European senders who are behind in their understanding of the real impact of phishing, it’s a global issue still very relevant everywhere.” Of course I knew that, but... Continue »

Return Path Expands Email Certification and Mailbox Provider Solutions to Russia

Top Russian mailbox providers Mail.Ru and Yandex.Mail partner with Return Path to facilitate delivery of permissioned messages and combat email abuse NEW YORK – JUNE 25, 2014 – Return Path, the global leader in email intelligence, today announced the details of partnerships with Russia’s largest mailbox providers, Mail.Ru and Yandex.Mail, whose combined users account for more than 90% of... Continue »

Mail.Ru Partners with Return Path to Protect Users from Fraud and Spam

Today, Return Path officially welcomes Mail.Ru, whose daily audience ranks it among the top five global mail services, to its Trusted Cooperative Network. Following a cooperation that started in 2012, Mail.Ru has completed the integration of Return Path solutions to bolster its anti-spam and anti-phishing capabilities, enhancing its user experience and safeguarding its network from abusive email.... Continue »

Return Path Commended by Online Trust Alliance: Named to Fifth Consecutive Honor Roll

Return Path’s mission upholds integrity and trust in electronic communication above all else, so being named to the Online Trust Alliance’s Honor Roll in every one of its five years means a lot to us. We’re among elite company, here: The few names that have appeared on the list five times are true leaders in privacy, security, and internet policy, and it’s a privilege to be among them. As a... Continue »