In the ever-evolving digital age, protecting your email communications from malicious attacks has never been more crucial. Impersonation protection is a robust security layer designed to safeguard you from spoofed emails. These deceptive emails masquerade as trustworthy senders, potentially leading to phishing attacks, data breaches, or financial scams.
With Impersonation protection enabled on your own domain, messages claiming to come from your domain will only be delivered if they meet one of the following conditions:
To enable Impersonation protection on your domain:
If you have domain aliases configured, they will be listed below your domain name on the Impersonation protection page. Repeat the steps above for each domain alias.
It is also highly recommended that Impersonation protection also be enabled for important senders that send to your domain. Add these domains under the External domains section at the bottom of the Impersonation protection page.