DotMailer Is The First ESP To Be DMARC Compliant

If you watched CNN or the BBC last week, you may have spotted that a group of major tech companies including Google, Facebook, and Microsoft are creating a new standard in email protection that will help to safely reduce email abuse.

It’s known as DMARC, and we’re immensely proud to say that just 8 days after they published the first details about the standard, we’ve launched it throughout our system!

First in the game

We’re pretty sure that dotMailer is the very first ESP to have done this.

At dotMailer we have always made it our our mission to be right there, up in front when it comes to deliverability and authentication standards, whether it’s SPF, DomainKeys or its successor DKIM, or ADSP and now DMARC.

As of today, every custom sent- from address in the dotMailer system is protected by this brand new DMARC standard.

What DMARC does for you

DMARC ensures that your identity as an email sender is fully protected from phishing attacks, and offers the chance of a deliverability boost to some of the biggest domains in the world such as Yahoo, Gmail and AOL.

Now we’ve made dotMailer DMARC compliant there’s no need for you to do anything.

Just sit back and relax in the knowledge that your custom sent-from address is fully protected.

 

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