A few months ago, Google made a splash in the political press and the email marketing space when they asked the FEC the following question: May Google launch a free and non-partisan pilot program to test Gmail design features, which will be open to authorized candidate committees, political party committees, and leadership political action committees, where spam detection as applied to messages from a pilot participant on direct feedback from the recipient rather than standard spam detection, and each pilot participant will receive information regarding the rate of emails delivered into Gmail users’ inboxes, as long as the pilot will rely predominantly participant is in compliance with the program’s requirements?Google’s letter to the FEC (.pdf link) The letter is actually worth a read as many of the general press reports about the request focused on Google asking the FEC to allow politicians to spam freely. I mostly avoided discussions about
To fulfill dmarcian’s mission of spreading DMARC everywhere, partnering with Managed Service Providers (MSP) is essential. In order for that partnership to be successful, dmarcian created a solution that gives MSPs the functionality, tools and education to manage their clients’ DMARC projects through one application. The post How To Create a Client Group appeared first on dmarcian.
This guide describes the process for configuring Mailchimp to send DMARC-compliant messages. The post Source Guide: Mailchimp appeared first on dmarcian.
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As your DMARC advocate, we continue our lofty goal of cataloging each of the most popular sources, their DMARC capabilities and providing practical guidance on “how to” configure each to send DMARC-compliant messages. The post Top Source Guides appeared first on dmarcian.
DMARC Troubleshooting Guide August 13, 2022 Posted by: Nicola Selenu Category: DMARC , Email Authentication , GUIDES , No Comments Intro to the DMARC Troubleshooting Guide What is DMARC Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC), is an email authentication, policy, and reporting protocol. DMARC is a way to determine if a given message is […]
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ARC (Authenticated Received Chain) is an email authentication mechanism, sort of. The point of ARC is to encapsulate a check of email authentication results and include it in forwarded mail.If I receive email at an address, then I forward mail to another address, authentication results are difficult for the mail server at the second receiving site to interpret correctly. SPF works on a “last hop” methodology, meaning that a server doing an SPF check can only check the server that just connected to it — making it incompatible with email forwarding, because email forwarding involves more servers and thus more “hops.” A DKIM authentication signature is supposed to be compatible with email forwarding, but there are enough glitches out in the wild — encoding problems, rewriting headers for forwarding (or adding headers or footer text for mailing lists) that it just doesn’t work perfectly 100% of the time. And then