ISIPP Accreditation Database (IADB) UPDATE, 2005. Objective: To facilitate and assist in email acceptance, processing, and delivery decisions by email receivers (ISPs, spam filters, inbound servers). ISIPP Accreditation Database. Helps Senders:
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Objective: To facilitate and assist in email acceptance, processing, and delivery decisions by email receivers (ISPs, spam filters, inbound servers).
Email Receivers have useful information about sender’s email
before accepting and processing the email
Users get the email they want
Legitimate email gets delivered
Spam does not get through
Receivers can adequately allocate resources to the level of triage,
spam-checking and filtering the incoming email needs.
Presently the IADB is helping ISPs and spam filters make email acceptance, delivery, and processing decisions for more than 525million pieces of email per month, on behalf of more than 100million email boxes.
A lookup to IADB can return all of the following information about a sender:
Receivers choose which information is important to them, and make email processing and acceptance decisions based on that information.
Senders listed in IADB report that once listed they experience very little in the way of delivery problems with most major ISPs, and that the listing helps with delivery into enterprise servers as a result of their enhanced credibility as an email sender.
These are some of the senders presently listed in IADB:
Innovyx e-Dialog Aweber Informz Constant Contact Lockergnome
MacJournals This is True indieWIRE DVD Talk Get Response Crewtags
These are some of the receivers presently using IADB to make email processing, acceptance, and delivery decisions:
Outblaze SpamCop GoDaddy PO Box Mail Shell Spam Bouncer Vircom
Excedent Technologies Big List Uniwares Server Authority, Inc. Bar.net Ols.es
Partan Labs Chagres Technologies Associated Networks Ltd. Openminds.be