The Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) uses multiple different email services. To ensure that you are getting emails from the Bluetooth SIG please review the following information and work with your IT department as needed.
In this article:
- Add these IP addresses/hostnames to your email "Allowlist"
- Allow emails to be received from common Bluetooth SIG email addresses
- Check your quarantine, Junk, or SPAM for missed messages
- Additional information
- Related article(s)
Add these IP addresses/hostnames to your email "Allowlist"
- mail.a170.static.mgsend.net [220.127.116.11]
- mta01.bluetooth.org [18.104.22.168]
- mta02.bluetooth.org [22.214.171.124]
Allow emails to be received from common Bluetooth SIG email addresses
Check your email provider’s support site for instructions on how to add a trusted email address.
Check your quarantine, Junk, or SPAM for missed messages
- The decision to mark a message as SPAM or mark it as suspicious is a choice your company or email provider makes. In some cases, you can adjust the criteria that are used to make that determination, but the criteria are determined by your company or email provider alone. As every company determines its unique criteria for SPAM or suspicious email, the Bluetooth SIG is unable to make modifications to our system for individual users or companies.
- Bluetooth.org SPF records are current for all systems (http://www.openspf.org/)
- The SIG has implemented DKIM and will be digitally signing messages (http://www.dkim.org/)
- We are now participating in DMARC (https://dmarc.org/)