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SPF for Domino

Runs with Domino 9,10,11 and 12

09/09/2021
"Finally, there is a way to Spoof Proof your Domino servers with SPF!"

Spoofed messages are an everyday threat to organizations worldwide. Positive Identity performs SPF Identity checks to stop the most popular email spoofing: Internal email spoofing. Messages that purport to come from your own domain but are really external are quickly stopped with Positive Identity. Even if they are not blocked as spam, Positive Identity detects sender spoofing and send these messages to a quarantine and not to your users.


Samples of Internal Email Spoofing
We all experience own domain spoofing attacks daily. These are the messages that pretend to be from

  • CEO, asking for an urgent wire transfer
  • IT telling you to install an "update"
  • IT saying your mailbox is full
  • Help Desk saying you need to update your password

Runs on Domino 8.5, 9, 10 and 11. Read about Positive Identity for Domino


Our approach to Phishing, Fakes and Fraud is different. We identify the good mail for you.

We utilize 12 different factors to determine Sender Identity to allow you to safely open a mail message.

SpamSentinel for Exchange

Sender Identity

We explore your network of contacts to discover your sender list. This allows us to Greenlight known senders.

Knowing if the Sender is in your network helps reduce Fraud and Phishing attempts, who pretend to be in your network but are not.

Read about Finding the Good Mail






SpamSentinel for Exchange

Verified Senders

We have things like our "Verified Sender" list, which includes companies like:

Fedex, DHL, UPS, PayPal, Amazon, DocuSign, eFax, RingCentral, HSBC Bank, BankofAmerica, Wells Fargo, Sam's Club, CostCo, USPS, CitiBank, Chase Bank, ADP
(and many many others)

When they send you a mail message, we mark it with a Green Checkmark, meaning it is safe to open.

Messages that pretend to be from these same senders, but are fakes, are tagged with our "Possible Phishing" warning.


Read more about Verified Senders




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