Reputation Registry Goes Live@The DMA

December 30, 2008
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Reputation Registry Goes Live@The DMA

The DMA will now require member companies to authenticate their email and according to the DMA it is very likely that most email servers in the future will block mail not authenticated.
So with that being said, Return Path announces a partnership with the DMA to assist companies in authenticating their email […]

Reputation Registry Goes Live@The DMA

The DMA will now require member companies to authenticate their email and according to the DMA it is very likely that most email servers in the future will block mail not authenticated.

So with that being said, Return Path announces a partnership with the DMA to assist companies in authenticating their email streams. DMA members can have access to the monitoring data, reports and alerts for their IP addresses and domains, providing critical reputation information that will help them comply with the authentication requirement.

More information along with the full article by By Matt Blumberg can be found at: Return Path

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