Is your email authenticated? If it’s not, will recipient’s trust you?
When people receive an email from you, do you want to them to see this image in place of your avatar/profile picture? Do you want people to think your business hasn’t setup email correctly?
Currently, if you are sending emails and not providing SPF or DKIM records in your DNS zone, Gmail/Google users will now see the following warning image next to EVERY email of yours.
This is a recent change from Google, and it affects anyone who doesn’t use a Gmail account as their email address (Google has configured this for all Gmail accounts automatically – not to be confused with Google Apps accounts which still need this configured)
Don’t be confused with a spammer, configure this asap
If you don’t host your email with us, you should contact your current email provider to check if your email is being sent correctly authenticated with SPF or DKIM.
If we host your email, you can configure your SPF and DKIM records yourself directly from cPanel. See more here: Enable Email Authentication
Please see more on this important change from Google here.
You may also enjoy this article we wrote on Email Essentials.
Email is important, make sure you have it set up right