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.
As you can see by one of our recent posts, we’ve been busy here at SendGrid. In this post we’ll share what has been going on in the development side of the house, such as some recently added features, bug fixes and then we’ll take out our crystal ball to give you a sneak peek at what’s coming around the corner. As always, we greatly appreciate your feedback, so if you wish to share your thoughts with us, we’ve put together a list of ways you can collaborate with us at the end of the post. Read More ›