What Is Email Masking?
Why Are Emails Masked?
The primary reasons for email masking are:
To pass the DMARC test for email authenticity.
To maintain privacy between alumni communications.
How does the Email look to the receiver of one-to-one emails?
For individual emails between alumni:
The recipient sees the sender as "John Doe (firstname.lastname@example.org)".
Replies are automatically routed to the sender's actual email address without revealing it.
Bulk Email Handling
For group emails:
Replies to the bulk email come to a unique masked email, like "email@example.com", and are then forwarded to the sender's actual inbox.
When replying back, the process uses a similar masking mechanism to protect email addresses.
Safety Measures for Email Replies
Almabase ensures that only those in the database can reply to or initiate emails.
If an unrecognized email attempts to communicate, Almabase will block the message and notify the sender of insufficient permissions. This maintains a secure communication network for alumni.
Please write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or through the Intercom Chat 💬 if you have any queries or concerns😄.