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.
Delivery March 1, 2019
Why Does Benchmark Email Use SPF Authentication and What Is It?
Sender Policy Framework (SPF) records ensure higher deliverability for your emails by allowing ISPs to trust the authenticity of your email. Benchmark Email creates a record on your behalf that shows the ISP that you are exactly who you say you are when your email is being sent. In short, the ISP can trust the email is genuine and not fraudulently sent in your name, which is a common
Why Does Benchmark Email Use Sender ID Authentication and What Is It?
Microsoft's Sender ID (SIDF) technology allows an ISP to verify that an email message was actually sent by who claims to send it. The address of the server that sent the email is authenticated against a registered list of servers that the domain owner has authorized to send email. Over 10 million domains worldwide use SIDF technology. SIDF was developed to fight spoofing and phishing scams in which fraudulent
Delivery March 8, 2019