I have also found that it is back. This morning I was able to send myself samples without issue, but then we started having the issue again a few hours ago.
Also, our batch campaigns are still going out very slowly.
In these situations Marketo should be proactive and notify customers. We all had to find out from a message on their support page or from other community members. A simple email notifying customers of the issue would be helpful instead of us trying to figure out whats going on.
Further, their status page shows "all systems operational". This imo is a breach of trust--if down times aren't reported, what's the point of having a status page or SLA?
In my experience, Marketo is very poor with communicating updates in a targeted way to customers. It's kind of ironic if you think about it. For example, they don't even email Dynamics CRM users when a new Marketo solution plugin is released for Dynamics CRM.
We are experiencing the same, no emails or tests delivered. The message on the support page says this is impacting customers with Dedicated IPs, but we do not have a dedicated IP.
Again, this is something that should be communicated directly to customers. Most customers don't think to check the support page. If the issue is system wide, communication to customers is truly necessary.
Exactly! So strange, one of my colleagues was having issues receiving test emails earlier, but I was not. However later today I started to have issues as well. It hasn't seemed to affect our batch sends, but really frustrating that Marketo support hasn't reached out to notify us. It wasn't until I went to the Support page that I saw the notification and sent this alert out to my team.