Do you send email using your own domain name? If so, there is something you should know about and it may affect your ability to reach your email audience.
Starting in February of 2024, Google and Yahoo will require most email senders to use DMARC in order to send email to Google or Yahoo recipients. This means that if you want your emails to be delivered to Google or Yahoo recipients, you need to properly enable DMARC for your business email domain.
DMARC is an email authentication protocol that, together with SPF and DKIM, makes it easier to determine whether or not a given message is legitimately from the sender, and what to do if it isn’t. It is designed to give email domain owners the ability to protect their domain from unauthorized use, commonly known as email spoofing.
By implementing DMARC, you increase the likelihood that your emails are delivered to your customers’ inboxes, and not marked as spam or rejected. This will help you maintain a good email sending reputation.
Widomaker can help you enable SPF, DKIM, and DMARC for your business email domain, even if the domain is not hosted with us. We are email deployment experts. Contact us today, by telephone or email, to discuss this with an email expert!
Widomaker will soon start enforcing a new DMARC policy of “quarantine” on email from widomaker.com addresses
Dear Widomaker Users,
To further enhance email security, and comply with recently announced requirements from several large email providers, including Google and Yahoo, we are announcing an important update regarding our DMARC policy enforcement for widomaker.com and tni.net. This announcement only affects customers with an email address ending in @widomaker.com or @tni.net. There is a separate announcement concerning web and email hosting customers with their own custom domain names.
To find out what DMARC is, and how it can affect whether your email reaches the Inbox of your recipients, continue reading…
Starting in 2024, Google, Yahoo, and others, will soon require that DMARC, SPF, and DKIM, be properly set up on your domain name, if you will be sending email, from your email domain, to them. DMARC, SPF, and DKIM, help authenticate email senders by verifying that the emails came from the domain that they claim to be from.
You can check your domain name, to see if DMARC has already been set up, by using this DMARC Check tool.
Contact us, to set up an appointment, to review your domain, and make sure DMARC is properly set up, so you don’t have trouble sending email to those providers beginning in 2024.