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The Microsoft Conundrum – Part 2

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The Microsoft Conundrum - 2 Part Series Part 1: Domain Reputation and Email Authentication: More than a best practice > Part 2: Other Important Tidbits about Sending to Microsoft: 6 factors that can impact your deliverability As we discussed in The Microsoft Conundrum, Microsoft is starting to make some changes. It’s been a longstanding understanding that mailing to Microsoft can be quite the undertaking, especially

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The Microsoft Conundrum – Part 1

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The Microsoft Conundrum - 2 Part Series > Part 1: Domain Reputation and Email Authentication: More than a best practice Part 2: Other Important Tidbits about Sending to Microsoft: 6 factors that can impact your deliverability Microsoft delivery and deliverability has been a significant, collective challenge for senders and deliverability teams for many, many years. There are best practices and Microsoft best practices. And even

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Authentication at Office365

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This is a followup from a post a few weeks ago about authentication changes at Office365. We have some more clarity on what is going on there. This is all best information we have right now. Microsoft is now requiring authentication to match the visible from address in order to reach the inbox at Office365. That means, either the SPF domain or the DKIM domain…

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