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AOL to Begin Checking for DKIM

Word-to-the-wise reports that AOL will begin checking for DKIM Authentication sometime in 2009, as discussed in a recent ESPC call. They’re using DKIM to evaluate your overall "IP reputation" (check out the AOL blog for more on that). MailChimp customers, no need to worry. DKIM Authentication is included by default (and is free) in all …

Will Yahoo block messages that aren’t authenticated?

Here’s an interesting article about email authentication over at NetworkWorld: Will Yahoo block messages that aren’t signed? For years, ISPs have been a little vague about how they’re going to handle authentication. Will it be used to block email? Does every legit email marketer need to authenticate their messages? Do ESPs need to offer it …

Email Authentication Hits Tipping Point

Got this message from the ESPC. "The adoption of e-mail and domain authentication has reached its tipping point, exceeding 50% in several key metrics, according to the Authentication and Online Trust Alliance. The report found that 51% of the Fortune 500’s consumer-facing brands, 52% of the Fortune 500’s consumer-facing financial service brands and 54% of …