Email Authentication Policy

Email Authentication Policy


AUTOMATION AI LTD is committed to protecting its email reputation and ensuring that its emails are delivered to intended recipients. This Email Authentication Policy outlines the Company's practices for implementing email authentication protocols.

Purpose of Email Authentication

Email authentication protocols are technical standards that help to verify the sender of an email message. This helps to prevent email spoofing, which is the act of sending emails disguised as if they came from someone else.

Email Authentication Protocols Used by the Company

The Company uses the following email authentication protocols:

  • SPF (Sender Policy Framework): SPF is a DNS record that specifies the authorized senders of email for a domain.
  • DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail): DKIM is a cryptographic signing method that allows the receiver of an email message to verify that the message was sent by the authorized sender.
  • DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance): DMARC builds on SPF and DKIM by providing a mechanism for domain owners to publish policies for handling emails that fail authentication checks.

Implementation of Email Authentication Protocols

The Company has implemented the following measures to ensure that its emails are authenticated:

  • Published SPF records: The Company has published SPF records for all of its domains that send email.
  • DKIM signing: The Company signs all of its outgoing emails with DKIM keys.
  • DMARC policies: The Company has published DMARC policies for all of its domains that send email. These policies instruct receivers to either deliver, quarantine, or reject emails that fail authentication checks.

Monitoring and Enforcement

The Company regularly monitors the performance of its email authentication protocols and takes corrective action as needed. The Company also enforces its DMARC policies by rejecting emails from unauthorized senders.

Benefits of Email Authentication

Implementing email authentication protocols provides the following benefits:

  • Protects the Company's email reputation: Email authentication helps to prevent email spoofing, which can damage the Company's reputation.
  • Improves email deliverability: Email authentication helps to ensure that the Company's emails are delivered to intended recipients, rather than being filtered as spam.
  • Complies with industry standards: Email authentication is a recommended practice by industry standards bodies, such as the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF).

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