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By default, each unknown sender receives a "challenge" message automatically from the KidMail.net server.

If a sender responds affirmatively, he/she is then identified for your approval with a trust status indicating that status is still unknown, but "self authenticated".

This challenge response also serves as a warning to spam senders that they must remove kidMail.net from their distribution lists.


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Self-authentication makes it very easy for you to identify e-mail that is indeed from a new friendly contact.

Self-authenticated messages still require your approval. They are not "trusted" until you say so!



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