Have you ever misaddressed an important email? This is more a common mistake than one would like it to be.
Right Recipient™ alerts the sender if it detects that they are about to misaddress an email by detecting whether the sender has sent sensitive information to those recipients in the past and, if not, prompts them to verify. The sender is also prompted with the recipient’s domain age, that is to say, for how long that domain has been in existence.
Right Recipient™ is available from RMail button version 11.3 onwards.
Right Recipient™ Feature
When the sender sends a Registered email, and based on their effective RMail settings, if the recipient addresses are not on the verified list, a warning pop-up will appear.
If the sender is misaddressing some recipients, they can click on the Cancel button, modify the recipients list, and send the email. If, however, the recipient addresses are correct, the sender can click on Verified and Send button to complete the email sending process.
The recipient “domain age” analysis brings Internet intelligence into the email send flow in real time.
Based on the age of the domain, along with other domain metrics, the sender is nudged to pause and re-verify addresses.
Relatively new domains will be highlighted in yellow for caution, or red to denote they are unsafe.
Click here to learn more about Right Recipient™ settings.