It's an understatement to say that landing in the inbox is an important consideration every time you send an email campaign. There are 3 domain records important for best inbox delivery: SPF, DKIM & DMARC.
SPF: Sender Policy Framework is used to specify who can send email on your behalf.
DKIM: Domain Keys Identified Mail is used to authenticate each email with a digital signature. When present, our platform signs each email with a unique key.
DMARC: Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance combines SPF & DKIM for authentication & can send error reports.
Most inbox providers check these records & may route to the Junk folder when they fail. GMAIL checks all 3, as shown below. And from February 2024, Gmail makes this mandatory.
Use our free tool to instantly check your website & if you need any help to setup, please contact support.
To quickly test the setup in GMAIL, tap the 3 dots on the top right of the message & click 'Show Original'. If setup correctly, GMAIL will show each record as PASS.
This is what we recommend
1 Send from a subdomain like
email@example.com and leave
domain.com for Corp email.
2 Setup SPF for
3 Setup DKIM for
4 Setup DMARC for
To check, send an email (not a forward) to
They will reply with a report showing any errors
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