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  Freeware eMail CRM Maximize the life-time value of your clients and getting them to smile at you Art of eMail CRM Applying minimum efforts for maximum result, at the shortest time? emails eMail Bolts & Nuts Interesting emails stuff that you should  know eMail Broadcast FAQ's eMail Marketing Tips
Great email strategies to help you increase sales
Advanced DNS (dig) data info for the DNS records of a host or domain, using samspade.org  freeware dig tool that requests all the DNS records for a host or domain.
Dig - requests all the DNS records for a host or domain
Finger - asks a server about one of it's users
Traceroute - finds the route packets take between you
                    and the address
nslookup Whois - find out contact information for the
                            current domain or IP address
PING - sends a series of packets to current address to
           see if it's alive
A a host address
NS an authoritative name server
MD a mail destination (Obsolete - use MX)
MF a mail forwarder (Obsolete - use MX)
CNAME the canonical name for an alias
SOA marks the start of a zone of authority
MB a mailbox domain name (EXPERIMENTAL)
MG a mail group member (EXPERIMENTAL)
MR a mail rename domain name (EXPERIMENTAL)
WKS a well known service description
PTR a domain name pointer
HINFO  host information
eMail Bolts & Nuts FAQ's
How to manage and clean bounced or undelivered emails? Understand why emails get bounced
How to use your desktop PCs as an email server and bypass your ISP email server, a simple process using a free mail server program
How to test your message and see if it gets deleted by broad based anti-spam filters?
A one page email course. Everything you wanted to know about emailing in a "nut shell"
Quick guide to: dig finger traceroute ping whois nslookup IP block FTP SMTP relay TCP/IP Port
How to embed email tracking code into your email? Invisible counters, codes, scripts to track viewer
Send HTML or TEXT email using formatted HTML email, you can send an entire webpage
How to embed images into HTML email for faster emailing? Prevent displaying linked-site in recipient email client status bar
RFC defined ESMTP, SMTP Status Email Error Codes? These codes are used to provide informative explanations of error conditions
How email works?  Delivery of each email is done
by your ISP mail server, first establishing a conversation through your recipient port 25
Some spiders visit site after site, collecting email addresses and controlling these rogue spiders spam bots or email harvesters with robot.txt
About TCP/IP and mail server port numbers? It is a number between 1 and 65535 which identifies to the receiving computer what function you want to perform
MINFO mailbox or mail list information
MX mail exchange
TXT text strings
RP Responsible person
AFSDB AFS database RFC1183 www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1183.html  
X25 RFC1183  www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1183.html
ISDN RFC1183  www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1183.html
RT Route through RFC1183  /www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1183.html
NSAP RFC1637 www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1637.html
NSAP RFC1348 www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1348.html 
SIG RFC2065 www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2065.html
KEY RFC2065 www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2065.html
PX Preference ( RFC1664 ) www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1664.html
GPOS Geographical position, also known as the ICBM record
( RFC1712 ) www.faqs.org/rfc1712s/rfc.html
AAAA IPv6 Address ( RFC 1886  www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1886.html
LOC Location, also known as ICBM record ( RFC1876 ) www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1876.html
NXT RFC2065 www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2065.html
EID draft-ietf-nimrod-dns-xx.txt
NIMLOC draft-ietf-nimrod-dns-xx.txt
SRV Services ( RFC 2052 ) www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2052.html
ATMA ?  
NAPTR ( RFC2168 ) www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc2168.html
TSIG draft-ietf-dnsind-tsig-xx.txt
UINFO Non standard
UID Non standard
GID Non standard
UNSPEC Non standard
IXFR RFC1995 www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1995.html 
AXFR A request for a transfer of an entire zone
MAILB A request for mailbox-related records (MB, MG or  MR)
MAILA A request for mail agent RRs (Obsolete - see MX)
ALL A request for all records
eMail Bolts & Nuts FAQ's
The function of URL or Uniform Resource Locator?
A command for your email address, some mail clients may not be able to translate it into an email address
A standard client server protocol for receiving email. POP3 is use for retrieving Internet email from ISPs mail server...
Collections of important useful emails related sites? Free email stuff, real cool, give it a try
Advanced DNS (dig) for the DNS records of a host or domain showing all the DNS records
All about IP Addresses, DNS, Internet addressing. Serious stuff, perfect remedy if you can't sleep
Email history, email netiquette, improving email presentation, email with sound, pictures--give it a try
101 Email spam tracking and meaning of message header? 102 DejaNews the most powerful dedicated spam-tracker's tool 103 The spam tracker tools: Whois, nslookup, traceroute, dig 104 Spam tracking
Never use ISPs that hosts your web site to send out newsletter. If they cancel your account, you will lose all your web pages
Warning: If you publish an online newsletter or email to any opt-in list (including your own list), it is critical that you read this
The history of Spam starts with Monty Python's Flying Circus and Vikings singing Spam
A list of return error codes by Windows Sockets API returned by WSAGetLastErrorcall with descriptions
Meet The Kings of SPAM - You don't need rocket science to figure out how to send spam emails

Tools provided by Sam Spade

Dig tool, requests all the DNS records for a host or domain.

Finger tool, asks a server about one of its users.

Traceroute tool, finds the route packets take between you
and the selected address.

PING tool, sends a series of packets to the current address and see if it's alive and how long it takes packets to make the round trip.

Whois tool, to contact network registries to find contact information for the current domain or IP address.

nslookup a DNS whois tool that perform forward and reverse DNS queries for the current address (this will usually give you the IP address of a hostname and the hostname of an IP address).

IP Block a multiple server lookup tool for finding the owner of the block of domain or IP address.

SMTP Relay Verify (checking) tool, to find out whether a SMTP server is insecure--therefore allowing anyone to relay email through it. (Spammers relay email through third party mail server which obfuscasates message headers and harder to find the originator).

Information on this page is derived from: Advanced DNS (dig) Help Topics samspade.org a spam tracking freeware.

Spam-tracking 103 WHOIS tool nslookup and traceroute freeware download
whois.internic.net or network solutions are network registries to find out contact info for current domain or IP address
nslookup a DNS tool that Perform forward and reverse DNS queries for the current address (this will usually give you the IP address of a hostname)
traceroute finds the route packets take between you and the selected address
Email in a "nut shell" a one page course about emailing. Everything you wanted to know about email
How email works? Delivery of each email is done by your ISP mailserver establishing a conversation through (port 25) of your recipient mail server
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