Email me when one of my domains falls out of verification
If something happens to my DNS records and the domain gets un-verified, I need to know about it. Because of the 300 daily messages allowed on unverified domains, I have time to fix the problem before being cut off completely, but only if I KNOW about it!
Maybe this isn't common, but it's happened to me more than once now. Sometimes it's an issue with my DNS provider. Sometimes an included SPF record changes, causing the "too many DNS lookups" error.
I get an email if you automatically verify one of my domains, so why not also one when you un-verify?
Ian Dunn commented
George Haskell commented
Similar to Eduardo, moved DNS providers and txt records failed to pull over correctly. Because DNS config is only checked on button press, instead of periodically, my configuration was bad despite showing green checks across the board in the control panel.
Peter Harris commented
Totally agree. Our DNS records 'inexplicably' changed and it took a user personally emailing me to find out that the domain was suddenly unverified and email wasn't sending. Boggles the mind that this doesn't exist already.
Eduardo Pereira commented
Yes it happened to me recently, moved a domain to CLoudflare, and simply forgot one of mailgun's TXT record, result, domain became unverified and lost many emails.
When the domain falls out of process because of DNS verification, I get nothing until I run headlong into that 300 messages limit.
When I manually re-verify the domain, I get an email. This one's useless, since I *just now* verified the domain.
This is backwards. Please notify when automated processes do things.