A group of 15 tech companies -- including AOL, Google, Microsoft and Yahoo -- founded an e-mail-security standard called DMARC last year in a bid to clamp down on phishing and other e-mail scams. Though wide adoption hasn't happened, some e-mail clients are now automatically flagging DMARC-compliant messages, and marketers should take note, Message Systems' Ralph Lentz says. "Marketers who ignore DMARC do so at their peril. ... Do you want your email to be the only messages in your customer's inbox not flagged as DMARC-secure?"
E-mail marketers should take up new standards, expert says
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