Helping Your Emails Into the Inbox

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It’s Time to Secure Email

DKIM & DMARC Authentication Will Soon Be Required

In late 2023 Google announced, By February 2024, Gmail will start to require that bulk senders:

  1. Authenticate their email
  2. Enable easy unsubscription
  3. Ensure they’re sending wanted email

You might think, “I”m not a bulk sender,” but if you use a custom domain to send email, like, or use CampMinder, Campsite, CIRCUITREE, a sales CRM like Keap, Sharpspring or Hubspot, or an email marketing platform like Campaign Monitor or Mailchimp, this applies to you as well.

Everyone’s decided it is time to make email more secure.

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DMARC monitoring allows you to see if an unauthorized sender is attempting to hijack your domain.

What is DMARC?

Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance (DMARC) is a DNS record that is used in conjunction with SPF (Sender Policy Framework) & DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail), to:

  1. Verify your identity as an authorized email sender
  2. Prevent unauthorized use of your domain
  3. Protect your domain’s reputation
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These emails were delivered to inboxes because the sending domain is not secured. Without DMARC the owner of the domain has no idea this is happening.

Email Insecurity

A domain without DMARC is open to criminal mail senders all over the globe who want to send out spam using your identity.

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Email threats pose a significant risk to your email sending reputation. This map shows one month's worth of email for one domain. 21,301 DMARC compliant emails were delivered to inboxes. 3,900 threat/unknown emails were stopped.
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These emails were not delivered because the DMARC policy prevented them from going into inboxes.

DMARC Protects Your Email

A properly configured DMARC record stops the unauthorized use of your domain so phony emails will not be delivered.

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Stay In the Green

We monitor your Mail Service Providers to know when technical issues impact your email deliverability.

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