Text in an email message that includes no formatting code.
The practice of writing the email to make the recipient feel that it is more personal and was sent with him or her in mind. This might include addressing your emails to certain subscribers by using merge words that are automatically replaced with custom and predefined fields in the subject and message body, i.e. „Dear […]
DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is an authentication method that helps confirm no changes in content or sender information were made while the message was in transit. The sender encodes the original message into a „DKIM-signature“ using a private key, and receivers use the sender’s public key to verify this signature matches the content received.