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trusted sender

An email address that is considered to be from a valid user rather than spam or malware. Addresses marked as trusted sender go into the inbox rather than the spam folder. See spam, malware and inbox.
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If a sender supports DMARC, we put a trusted sender logo next to their email indicating it is legitimate," wrote Krish Vitaldevara from the Outlook.com Program Management Team in a blog post .
In addition SPAMfighter Exchange server features: Community/DNSBL/IP Address spam filtering for Microsoft Exchange 2007/2010; integration with Microsoft Exchange Server 2000, 2003, 2007, 2010 and Microsoft Small Business Server; an improved content filter; as well as a trusted sender option added to Sender Filter (Exchange 2007/2010 only).
When spoofing and social engineering are concatenated, the outcome is a new technique, known as "spear phishing"--a mass of manipulative e-mails to unsuspecting recipients who believe the message is authentic and from a trusted sender.
S/MIME Digital Signatures: Prove You Are A Trusted Sender One of the most time-tested approaches to e-mail authentication is to apply S/MIME digital signatures to outbound e-mail.
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