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If your emails are not delivered as they should and are being marked as spam by the recipients’ inbox, you probably don't have SPF, DKIM and DMARC set up properly.
Here's how to set it up correctly.
SPF, or Sender Policy Framework, is a validation protocol that helps fight spam by validating IP addresses.
- How to set up SPF? Just click HERE to learn everything you need.
DKIM, or Domain Keys Identified Mail, generates the key that Google Workspace uses to create a signed email header, unique to your domain.
The recipient can verify the source of the email by reading your public key and use it to read your signature.
- How to set up DKIM? Just click HERE to learn everything you need.
DMARC or Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance gives the domain more control over what Gmail does with incoming spam
- How to set up DMARC? Just click HERE to learn everything you need.