Authentication has been around for years, but large ISPs and corporate email servers (“receivers”) are now using it to control inbound spam. Email authentication can help your email marketing campaigns look more reputable, which helps your deliverability to the inbox.
Types of Email Authentication: There’s no one best authentication method. They all have their advantages and disadvantages. Some simply require a file on your server that can be cross-referenced by a receiver (SPF, SenderID). These methods are easy to implement. Other types of authentication (Domain Keys, DKIM) actually embed code in the email itself. Often times, applications rely on user databases for authentication with username and password. These methods make it tougher to forge emails, but they can also be tougher for both the sender and receiver to implement. Because of the various pros and cons, different receivers choose to check for different types of authentication.
Administrator now doesn’t have to worry about the periodicity of the backup. In Rediff’s email backup solution, the mails are backed up as soon as they are sent or received by the user. Even if user’s laptop crashes, administrator can restore the entire data back as without any loss of emails.
As the users are accessing mails from different devices, it is very important for back up email data residing any of such device. Rediff’s email backup solution makes sure that all the incoming and outgoing mails of the users are backed up irrespective of device being used.
The mailbox restoration is as simple as a one click of the button. Administrator just needs to specify the user’s email address and click a button to restore the data back into his primary mailbox. Moreover if user doesn’t want entire data to be restored, administrator can select the time range and only the mails sent or received in specified time range will be restored to primary mailbox. This facility is particularly useful if user want to restore the deleted mail.
Most of the times, it is not necessary to maintain backup of all the old mails of the users. To optimize the space utilization in backup mailbox, you can select a backup policy period of 3months, 6 months or 1 year. We will store only the mails from selected period in backup mailbox.
Since the email backup is taken at server, even if user accidently deletes any of the mails, it is still available in user’s backed up mailbox. Administrator can help user to restore the deleted mails.
In any organization, not every user’s mailbox needs to be backed up. As an administrator of emails, you can decide to back up mailboxes of only certain users.
When an employee leaves organization his primary mailbox is deleted so that he can no more access the same account. In case, if the user data is required in future, Administrator can restore it from his backup account. Even when administrator deletes user’s primary mail account, the email data is available in backup mailbox. The email data in backup account is removed only when administrator wants to.
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