Reading Time: 4 minutes Secure email transmission is vital for everyone, and MTA-STS is here to solve the problem. Learn what MTA-STS is, how it works, and why domain should implement it now!
Reading Time: 5 minutes DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance) is a method of email authentication that builds upon the DKIM and SPF (Sender Policy Framework) protocols. DMARC allows domain owners to publish a policy in their DNS records that instructs email servers how to handle email messages that fail DKIM or SPF checks.
Reading Time: 6 minutes DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is a method of email authentication that uses public key cryptography to verify that an email message was sent by the legitimate sender and has not been modified in transit.
Reading Time: 2 minutes SPF (Sender Policy Framework) records is a standard to help your battle against spam. It is an email authentication standard that protects senders and recipients from spam, spoofing and phishing. By adding this record to your domain, you will provide a list of senders that are approved to send e-mail from your domain.