Domainkeys/DKIM or SPF? What is necessary for GI?

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  1. KillahBee

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    Well actually the title says it all. Which one of those do I have to have setup for mailing GI?
     
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    DNS, MX, RDNS, SPF at minimum. DKIM doesn't hurt.
     
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    Thanks. I know I heared somewhere that one of these "measures" can "hurt" because of resulting in the domains being blacklisted faster.

    I hear a lot of thing but do any of you have input on that?
     
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    I'd have to do some digging, but I can't see how having these how work against you. Most, of these are requirements to send to isp's in an effort to be transparent, so that they accept your mail. I can see how you might get flagged if some of the info didn't match. Regardless, if you're sending GI at a colossal rate, then getting blacklisted is inevitable.
     

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