What is Email Authentication? SPF, DKIM, and DMARC Explained

When we work with large email senders or migrate them to a new email service provider (ESP), email deliverability is paramount in researching the performance of their email marketing efforts. I’ve criticized the industry before (and I continue to) because the permission of email is on the wrong side of the equation. If internet service providers (ISPs) wish to guard your inbox from SPAM, then they should be managing the permissions to getting those emails

Send Email Via SMTP In WordPress With Microsoft 365, Live, Outlook, or Hotmail

If you’re running WordPress as your content management system, the system is typically configured to push email messages (like system messages, password reminders, etc.) through your host. However, this isn’t an advisable solution for a couple of reasons: Some hosts actually block the ability to send outbound emails from the server so that they’re not a target for hackers to add malware that sends emails. The email that comes from your server typically isn’t authenticated

Adding an Email Preheader Increased My Inbox Placement Rate by 15%

Email delivery is stupid. I’m not kidding. It’s been around for over 20 years but we still have 50+ email clients that all display the same code differently. And we tens of thousands of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) who all basically have their own rules around managing SPAM. We have ESPs that have stringent rules that businesses have to conform to when adding a single subscriber… and those rules are never actually communicated to the