Habeas partners with German e-mail reputation organizations

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E-mail reputation services firm Habeas Inc. has expanded its global reputation network through a strategic alliance with German white list provider eco and the German ISPA & Internet Industry Association.

The partnership extends Habeas SafeList whitelist services into the Germany, letting German e-mailers establish an e-mail sending reputation in local and other geographical markets. E-mail networks in these markets can now identify legitimate e-mail senders and ensure that opt-in messages are delivered.

Reputation is a determining factor as to if e-mail will be delivered by the major ISPs.

Habeas identifies and certifies senders that proactively follow e-mail best practices through its Habeas SafeList and Eco's Certified Senders Alliance (CSA) accredits commercial senders who comply with a set of standards and a code of conduct relevant to the European market.

As a part of the Habeas Reputation Network, Habeas SafeList currently receives nearly a billion requests each day from more than five million messaging systems worldwide.

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