When sending a clip share, the use of @aol.com email addresses in the From field may result in a failure to receive by the the recipient in the To field due to AOL rejecting Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC).
This can be averted by using anything other than @aol.com addresses.
AOL has updated their DMARC settings to reject any unauthorized use of their domain.
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It also stops delivery on what previously would have been considered authorized mail sent on behalf of AOL Mail users via non-AOL servers. If you're a bulk sender on behalf of AOL addresses, that probably includes mail sent from you.
This can include but is not limited to:
- Email service providers (ESP) sending mail on behalf of businesses using AOL addresses
- Websites with "Share with a friend" functionality, sending mail using AOL addresses
- Small businesses using other 3rd party services to send mail and communication between their employees and / or customers
- Services used to forward mail
- Mailing lists