Can email signatures make your emails hit the spam filter? In general, it is most often the email content that triggers spam filters, and not the email signature itself. However, there are a few things you can do to optimize your email signatures, especially in terms of images and links. When you evaluate if you […]
2-Factor or Multi-Factor Authentication (2FA/MFA) is widely recognized as the most secure method for authenticating access to data and applications. We recommend that you upgrade your Xink Admin security to a 2-factor login. An Extra Security Layer By implementing 2-factor authentication, the security of the traditional username and password login is supplemented by an […]
Office 365 DKIM and Anti-Spam Nobody likes to get spam in their inbox. Thankfully, many email providers offer built-in spam filters. For example, Office 365 DKIM anti-spam tools include email authentication, connection filtering, outbound filtering, and transport rules (essentially custom settings). As many Xink users rely heavily on Office 365 for email, we thought it […]
In this week’s signature for email myth-busting article series, we discuss the dreaded spam folder – that bottomless pit of unwanted, unused, and downright dangerous email messages! Is it really true that images in your email signature will send them straight to the spam folder? At least many people think that if you include any […]
As a Saas company, one of the frequent questions we get from prospects and customers has to do with how secure our hosting environment is. While your email signature might not carry the same weight as your company’s financials, we treat them as if they did. So, we decided to do a quick write up on how we approach security at Xink.