Excellent post by @ReturnPath ‘s @amy_gorrell on Building Your SPF Record. #EmailMarketing 

//Excellent post by @ReturnPath ‘s @amy_gorrell on Building Your SPF Record. #EmailMarketing 

Excellent post by @ReturnPath ‘s @amy_gorrell on Building Your SPF Record. #EmailMarketing 

Excellent post by @ReturnPath ‘s @amy_gorrell on Building Your SPF Record:

“To protect your customers, your brand, and your business from phishing and spoofing attacks, you must authenticate your email. SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is an authentication protocol that allows senders to specify which IP addresses are authorized to send email on behalf of a particular domain.An SPF-protected domain is less attractive to fraudsters and is therefore less likely to be blacklisted by spam filters. SPF also ensures that legitimate email from the domain is delivered.

Ready to create your SPF record? Follow these five simple steps…” CONTINUE READING

@amy_gorrell thanks for sharing!

Source: How to Build Your SPF Record in 5 Simple Steps – Return Path

By | 2016-02-15T01:51:41+00:00 February 12th, 2016|Healthcare Marketing Strategy|Comments Off on Excellent post by @ReturnPath ‘s @amy_gorrell on Building Your SPF Record. #EmailMarketing 

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