This feature provides an overview of all email sources and IP addresses sending emails through the brand's domain. It includes genuine and unauthenticated senders. With this information, members can identify potential issues and proactively authenticate their sources.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What is SPF, and how is it different from DMARC?
SPF stands for Sender Policy Framework. An email authentication protocol allows email senders to specify which IP addresses are authorized to send emails on behalf of their domain. DMARC uses SPF to verify that the sender's IP address is authorized to send emails from that domain. SPF alone does not provide visibility into email delivery or reporting.
What is DKIM, and how does it function?
DKIM stands for DomainKeys Identified Mail. An email authentication protocol allows senders to sign their email messages with a digital signature. The receiver verifies the signature to ensure that the email was not modified in transit and that the sender is authorized to send email from that domain.