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- Easy Solution to solve [pii_email_5b2bf020001f0bc2e4f3] email error
- What is [pii_email_c1646d6cd617ef1be6ab] and how to solve it?
If you have recently started an email campaign, then you may have run into [pii_email_bbc3ff95d349b30c2503] email error. It is the most common email error in the world of transactional emails. The problem usually occurs when you are using a third-party sender service like MailChimp or Constant Contact and they do not set up your DNS records correctly. You will need to contact them to fix this issue as soon as possible.
What is [pii_email_bbc3ff95d349b30c2503] email error?[pii_email_bbc3ff95d349b30c2503] is a common email error that can appear if the email address is entered incorrectly.The email service provider may send an A record lookup request to your domain name even though you want to specify your domain name. This will cause your email addresses to be displayed instead.
Also, almost every email provider will prompt you to update your DNS records before they will let you continue. To fix this issue, follow these steps:
If you have run into this issue and are still using the same sender service provider to send emails, it’s probably nothing to worry about as they are usually quick to fix the error. However, if you switched to another form of service and now receive this error, you should contact them as soon as possible.
After this point, your emails will be displayed properly to your current subscribers, but you should stop using the Senders Comparison API to send emails as soon as possible. Otherwise, your brand will show up twice and it might become difficult to track down the individual who sent you these emails.
We recommend using DKIM or DMARC for email signatures. These are two email signatures formats provided by Message Labs which will add some extra security to your messages. When using these options, you will always receive an email from the specified email address. This will help you identify the sender and remove bias as they are being sent by someone else.
For more information about these formats, visit Message Labs’ eSignature page.
To make sure that people know who’s sending you an email, you can set up email subject lines, which tell people what kind of email to expect when they look up your emails in their pockets, inboxes, or other inboxes.
Different causes of [pii_email_bbc3ff95d349b30c2503] email error
In this post, we’ll help you troubleshoot issues that cause the error [pii_email_bbc3ff95d349b30c2503].
If you don’t have a lot of users and you have just launched your campaign on MailChimp, then your DNS records will most probably be skipped automatically. Emails will be sent to your unsubscribe/removed subscribers’ email addresses.
· So how do you know if it is a DNS issue or not?
There has to be an e-mail sign-on box somewhere in your database that has a reverse domain attached to it. A sign-on box serves as a place to collect employee / customer information necessary to create/modify the certificate of record(s) on your domain(s).
DNS records set up by third-party services will override all other settings and can cause your email campaigns to fail.
· Check if there is an e-mail sign-on box:
If you do observe any sign-on boxes in your database then it would be wise to get those records fixed as soon as possible, otherwise you won’t be able to send any emails and the trust between your domains could be broken, preventing you from sending any ads or other valuable offers to subscribers.
I know that this is quite an obvious one, but I’m assuming you have made a lot of data available to Mailchimp at the time you started running your email campaign. In my case, I have two databases:
Unfortunately, the sign-on process in Mailchimp assumes that everything is set manually which can be an annoying mistake to make. It is a good practice to make a backup copy of your entire database before uploading to your CMS.
How to fix [pii_email_bbc3ff95d349b30c2503] email error?
If you’re using [pii_email_bbc3ff95d349b30c2503] for your email system, you may have received an email saying: “The message you are trying to send has been delayed.The message quality exceeded our quality thresholds, and the server encountered an internal error during the sending process. Your message has been delayed, and your message is being escalated to the Email Help Desk so it can be fixed.”
The problem is that the server encountered an internal response from a dynamic DNS IP address, which it got from your mail server. This does not mean that the message has gone through the system fine, but it does mean that there has been some problem with that part of the message.
If you are not sure how dynamic DNS works and you don’t understand what the email server is doing on it, then you can read this article from Medium by [fpp_sysadmin_cl5b9eva67830e3] where he explains it to you.
Head over to your mail server’s web interface, by logging into your SMTP address under your domain’s directory with your usual administrator username and password.
You should see the following page when you log in:
- Click on “Dynamic Domains” menu item to open it.
- You should find the following statement under the “DNS settings” section:
- We assume these settings are correct since they were received from our mail server.
- Check the IP address of the mail server by following the instructions here: https://kb.iana.org/Help/DNS-Dynamic-Domains
If the problem still persists, you can verify that the message received it correctly by checking the IP address the message was sent from.
Run the following query on your mail server’s web interface:
If you receive errors like [pii_email_bbc3ff95d349b30c2503] error, then first verify that the IP address the message was sent from is correct by running the query above again.