Direct mail handles email authentication for you automatically when you send using the e3 Delivery service. However, if your domain is protected by DMARC policy, you will need to take some extra steps to allow direct mail to send on your behalf
Here are the steps to enable email authentication for your domain name:
- Open Direct mail
- Choose Direct mail> Direct mail account from the menu at the top of the screen
- Navigate to email authentication section and click show
- Enter your domain name and click Enable Authentication
- Follow the instructions to set up the two DNS records
After the DNS changes, Direct Mail will automatically detect the new settings and will update it in your Direct Mail control panel. This might take 24 hours depending upon your settings.