DIsplay Domain Favicons colouring list view

Hi Everyone,

I have an idea about a new feature on em client like displaying a colouring domain favicon to see who is the real sender and to see with  a colour if this is a trusted source or not with as example green=for good domain adres and trusted,orange= be careful and check domain adres double and red= wrong domain fake and untrusted of the e-mail and to verify  if the sender is from a trusted source or from an untrusted fake domain adres from criminals.

Best regards,

Geert Van Osch

Did you see the announcement some months back about how eM Client is not susceptible to mail sploits. That means that you see who the real sender is, and not some spoofed address.

You can also create a Rule to assign a category to your list of trusted domains, if that is any help.

Hi Gary,

This post was shortly not accessible and shows me “Page not found” now the post is back again and now m just now new posted message on the forum to right about this issue with screenshots and now this post is not accessible and the site shows me “Page not found”
 Can you please explain wy this strange behaviour took place on the forum

Best regards,

Geert Van Osch ![](https://d2r1vs3d9006ap.cloudfront.net/s3_images/1752749/RackMultipart20180920-49782-1xz75s1-Schermopname 78 inline.png?1537474075 “Image httpsd2r1vs3d9006apcloudfrontnets3_images1752749RackMultipart20180920-49782-1xz75s1-Schermopname__78__inlinepng1537474075”) ![](https://d2r1vs3d9006ap.cloudfront.net/s3_images/1752751/RackMultipart20180920-22674-175mo5l-Schermopname 79 inline.png?1537474087 “Image httpsd2r1vs3d9006apcloudfrontnets3_images1752751RackMultipart20180920-22674-175mo5l-Schermopname__79__inlinepng1537474087”)

It’s good (great even!) that emClient can show the actual address, but it would be even better if it would highlight spoofed addressed. This would work as follows:
If the “From:” name looks like an email address (has an @ sign etc), compare it to the actual address. If they do not match, show a warning in a red line below (or highlight the address in red or put a flag with an exclamation mark next to it, you get the idea…).