What is the difference between Trusted Sender Score and Trusted Sender Network?keyboard_arrow_down
We recommend using Trusted Sender Score (if practical) before buying or signing up to any web site or organization as well as BEFORE submitting your details. That includes any paper forms that request your email address.
If you have already subscribed or purchased from a web site, it's no problem, you can use Trusted Sender Score if you receive an email that seems odd or out of character, especially if the FROM EMAIL ADDRESS contains the same or a similar domain to the one that was you signed up to.
What if I checked the domain after suffered an issue from an email?keyboard_arrow_down
Trusted Sender Score Our free to use Trusted Sender Score, is designed for everybody to use. The purpose of Trusted Sender Score is to give clarity to an email domain’s trustworthiness without needing to have any technical knowledge. The our come is to aid users make better and more informed decisions with respects to opening or engaging with a potentially malicious email.
Trusted Sender Network This application is a serious of free and paid for tools that has been built with postmasters and domain owners in mind. Trusted Sender Network is an application for domain owners to manage core components of their domain trust score as well as help to implement the changes necessary and maintain the score above the acceptable level.
How will Trusted Sender Score reduce SPAM?keyboard_arrow_down
If every domain implements the free authentication protocol, DMARC in a compliant and correct manner then we know the following:
- Domain's become visible and their reputation accountable
- More implementations mean less domains able to be spoofed and used in email attacks and cyber crime
- When we can rely and trust email if a domain is configured to meet the compliant authentication protocols combined with secure user information storage and finally RFC and email sending best practices. When implemented properly non-compliant SPAM emails are easy to identify to stop them reaching their destination.