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[Webinar] Your Toughest Email Infrastructure Questions Answered

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Of all the major headaches in the world of email, maintaining your own email infrastructure may be the biggest. One wrong step could get your IPs blacklisted or leave your infrastructure vulnerable to phishing attacks. Join email experts Ken Apple and Carly Brantz on July 31st at 1:00pm EDT as they answer your toughest email infrastructure questions to help you keep your emails flowing to the inbox. This webinar will cover: Related PostsChecking In With SendGrid Email Support Webinar: Q&A with Ken and Carly Introducing the SendGrid Guide to Email Infrastructure Back to Basics. If You Can’t Send an Email,

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Webinar: Q&A With Carly and Paul

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SendGrid’s email experts Carly Brantz and Paul Kincaid-Smith hosted a webinar last week offering tips on how to improve your sender reputation. We received so many great questions that we weren’t able to get to them all. Carly and Paul wanted to continue the conversation on the SendGrid blog and address some questions they didn’t have time to answer last week. If you missed the webinar, you can access a recording here. How do outlook users complain that a message is spam? PKS: They complain through the junk email reporting tool plugin that works to improve the Microsoft Outlook spam filter. They

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How to Authenticate Your Email in 5 Steps

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Email authentication allows ISPs to properly identify the sender of the email so it can make smarter decisions about the delivery of your mail. Authentication has become a best practice for email senders since spammers have gotten really smart about disguising malicious email under the veil of a trusted brand. By pretending to send email from your domain, a practice known as phishing, spammers are tricking your customers into giving out their passwords, account information and other personally identifiable information for their own financial gain. In today’s world, email authentication is a “must do” for legitimate organizations in order to

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Changes to DomainKeys and new DKIM app

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The standard for signing and authenticating email messages has recently been trending away from DomainKeys and moving toward it’s successor, DKIM, or DomainKeys Identified Mail. DKIM has a lot of advantages over the old DomainKeys, such as additional signing algorithms and the ability for third parties to sign messages. Related PostsRelease Notes – Features and Bug Fixes – November 12, 2010

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