Why Does Benchmark Email Use DomainKeys Authentication and What Is It?
DomainKeys is a standard for authenticating email developed by Yahoo!. It allows an organization to claim responsibility for transmitting an email message. The receiver can verify the message comes from who claims to send it by comparing its encryption signatures against an encrypted public database. DKIM guarantees only that the sender's identity is genuine. The value of the content is not guaranteed. Therefore, the sender's reputation really becomes important.
Envois mars 1, 2019
What are the benefits of email authentication?
Today ISP’s are seriously working to rid their networks of spam. Email authentication can help these ISP’s to validate that the email is originating from a legitimate source and the recipient can validate the mail source. All major ISP’s like Hotmail, Gmail , AOL and Yahoo! use email authentication to filter out suspected spam emails. By setting up Email Authentication, you can enable these ISP’s to verify
How do I turn on Benchmark Email Authentication?
To enable Email Authentication in Benchmark Email. Go to the My Account tab Click on Account Settings from the submenu In the Email Message Settings options, check the Enable Authentication option Click on Save Changes. This will enable Email Authentication protocols for your future campaigns. This should improve your campaign delivery rate.
Rapports août 6, 2018
What email header difference will my contacts see if I use Benchmark Email Authentication?
Benchmark Email enables Email Authentication and includes your Sender ID in campaign emails, by default. This information is part of your email’s header and if you use Outlook, Hotmail or MSN, your recipients will see the following headers: Email Clients displaying only From Name (friendly name) These includes Outlook Express, AOL, Comcast, MacMail Email Clients displaying From Name (friendly name) and From Email If Email Authentication is
Envois septembre 9, 2019