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WALA Wants to Help... 

WALA wants to support our members as much as we can. WALA recognizes that sometimes the support is not only about how to breed. As breeders, we all wear many different hats. One minute you are a web designer, the next a mid-wife, then a janitor, photographer, vet tech... Throw in about 20 more roles and maybe we have covered all you do. Maybe! With so many different pieces to being able to successfully breed, raise puppies and sell puppies, it's impossible to be an expert in everything. WALA wants to assist you in any and all ways it can.

 

WALA has incredible amounts of information to assist with breeding, dog and puppy health, etc. However, we have not had a dedicated area to help with the more technical aspects of breeding. We will periodically add information to this page that we believe might be helpful.  If you know something you think could help your fellow breeders please send an email to technology@walalabradoodles.org. Conversely, if you haven't been able to find an answer to something, send an email detailing your problem and we will see what we can do! The Technology Team can promise we have all the answers, but we can promise we want to help and will do our best!  

Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance

If you are concerned about the Domain-based Message Authentication Reporting and Conformance (DMARC) policies Yahoo and Google are preparing to implement, WALA wants to help. For information on what DMARC is, who it is likely to impact check out this resource at dmarcian. If you decide your site does need to address these new policies, dmarcian provides a link to check if you are compliant.

 

The also are one of many resources available to help you get your website set up for DMARC. They have a free trial offer, that converts to a paid subscription WALA has not used this service and is not endorsing it. If you choose to utilize a service to assist the DMARC, we recommend you do research to determine the best fit for you. 

Other Reasons Your Messages Go to Junk

All email services have programs they use to filter out what they believe is junk. Sometimes it's because the receiver was in the blind carbon copy (bcc) line rather than the to line. Other times it may be because you have sent them message with similar subject lines/content more than once. These are only two of the many reasons a message could be marked as junk. 

In order to ensure you are receiving emails from WALA, you can add our emails you receive email from to your contacts. Additionally, some email applications have the ability to create a Safe Senders list. This is usually found in settings. For instance, in Microsoft Outlook, you select Settings, Junk, Safe Senders. Then you click add or new. This is also where you will find your Blocked Senders and can add to that list. 

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