Choosing the right DMARC policy

Publishing DMARC records is more popular than ever. Even among those that don’t have domains related to sensitive fields, such as financial institutions, that are vulnerable to abuse. Have you thought about the policy that underpins your objectives for DMARC? Do you even have clear objectives for DMARC? DMARC policies DMARC requires three policies: none, […]

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Gmail introduces emails with lock

From now on computer users can see if their emails that go through Gmail are safe. If so, the email has a special marking. For the time being, this service is only available in the United States. So there is lots of work to do for the companies that send huge amounts of mail. Their […]

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What DMARC means for you

A week ago a DMARC went public causing a tidal wave of publicity, discussion, and fuzz. Many senders are now asking what they should do with it. In this post I will try to put things in perspective, so senders can judge better what DMARC means for them. First of all, DMARC is not something […]

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