About a year ago, I posted a letter to the ShootProof Community Group (now defunct) about how the email system used by ShootProof doesn't have a properly signed SPF or DKIM record. Without records, this creates all sorts of havoc when trying to have successful email delivery. A long list of users responded that they also had experienced email issues not successfully arriving at the client.
Shortly after that, James reached out to me, and we had a conversation with a software engineer at SP over what was (and wasn't) being done for getting a solution in place. James assured me that it was a priority to be resolved.
After a month went by, an email exchange with James told me it was still a priority. Another discussion at the three-month mark suggested it was planned for Q1/Q2, but the pandemic had pushed things back. After that, emails haven't received responses. I even sent a message to Colin but never heard back.
It's been a year, and we continue to have intermittent problems with clients not receiving emails through the current SP implementation. I continue to track deliverability via DMARC, and there is still zero compliance for SP over spf, dkim, or dmarc.
I stand by my original statements that this is both sorely needed and relatively simple to implement. It's frustrating that this hasn't been fixed, and also disappointing that it (and me) are being ignored. I'm trying here in one last-ditch effort to see this through.