By default all Gift Invite Emails are sent from Giftsenda Platform with this headers:
FROM: username <email@example.com>
Reply-To: username <user_email>
But there is a way you can allow Giftsenda to send emails on your users' behalf.
DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is a protocol that allows an organization to take responsibility for sending a message by digitally signing so that Recipient mail servers can verify it and mark as trusted. DKIM is used to ensure that the message has not been altered in transmission. It uses public key encryption to authenticate the email messages. It is mandatory to add DKIM records in your domain's DNS settings to have better email deliverability
Note: You will need to contact your Network Administrator to perform this setup.
How to set up Domain Authentication
To authenticate your domain and connect your users’ emails using Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM), follow these steps:
Go to Settings:
Select Sending Emails
And enable sending emails from your custom domain.
Connecting a Domain
Enter your domain name:
Please note: The domains here MUST match the domains used in the emails by your Giftsenda users. Only emails that match exactly will be authenticated.
You will see all the required DNS records for you to authenticate your domain. Copy the values for setup in your DNS management system. Publish the TXT record in your domain's DNS settings.
It may take a day or two after publishing the DNS records to be updated.
This authentication standard allows sending domains to define which IP addresses are allowed to deliver email messages on behalf of the domain. In addition to DKIM, we recommend that you add SPF records to your domain to provide further security against spoofing attacks and helps prevent emails from your domain being marked as spam.
Copy the SPF values for setup in your DNS management system. Publish the TXT record in your domain's DNS settings.