If you’re struggling with Yahoo’s Feedback Loop (FBL), you’re not alone, folks! SpamResource is on a mission to expose the pesky gremlins plaguing Yahoo’s FBL system, causing anguish amongst email senders. Apparently, these digital hiccups have caused FBL application failures and a subsequent eerie silence from Yahoo’s end. But fear not, dear email crusaders, this isn’t a sign that you’ve been ghosted by Yahoo or banished to the email netherworld. Instead, it’s a technical glitch on Yahoo’s part, one they are hopefully wielding their tech swords to resolve. So if you’re feeling like you’re stuck in the FBL Twilight Zone, hold tight. Take heart in knowing you’re part of a larger collective, all eagerly awaiting Yahoo’s triumphant bug defeat. Let’s call it a temporary case of email hiccups while Yahoo takes a digital TUMS!
Excerpt from the main article:
Multiple folks have reported via multiple forums today (May 22nd) that Yahoo’s ISP Feedback Loop (called the “Complaint Feedback Loop/CFL”) may not be working properly at the moment. People are reporting either no volume at all for the past few days or greatly reduced volume of spam complaint reports. I am reliably informed that Yahoo is aware of the issue and is working on fixing things. I’ll update this post when I have more information.
Having trouble with the Yahoo FBL? You’re not alone. was originally published on Spam Resource: All Things Deliverability