Monetizing Google And Yahoo's Changes To Email Authentication
Monetizing Google And Yahoo’s Changes To Email Authentication
Google and Yahoo will require email authentication with SPF, DKIM, and DMARC, effective from February 1st, 2024. Without them, there will be an increased risk in messages going straight to recipient spam folders. This change primarily affects organizations with a history of sending over 5,000 emails daily, both marketing and transaction. Organizations sending fewer emails are also advised to take note and act upon these changes now. This guide is designed to answer the critical question: How can MSPs ensure their customers are aligned with these new standards? To find out, download this free ebook.
Learn about SPF, DKIM, DMARC.
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