How to send forms and surveys emails with my own domain?

If you want to change the noreply email from Mailpro Forms, you need to authorise Mailpro to use your domain.
Securing your email address for sending forms and surveys involves implementing email authentication mechanisms to ensure deliverability and protect against spoofing and phishing attacks. Here's a comprehensive guide on configuring your email address with DKIM, SPF, and DMARC:

Domain Configuration:

To utilize your own domain for sending emails from Mailpro Forms, you must authorize Mailpro to send emails on your behalf. This involves configuring certain DNS records for your domain.


DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail):

DKIM adds a digital signature to your outgoing emails, allowing recipients' email servers to verify that the emails are indeed from your domain and haven't been tampered with in transit.
To set up DKIM, access Mailpro application's configuration panel and generate a DKIM key pair. This will include a public key to add to your domain's DNS records and a private key for your email service provider to sign outgoing emails.

SPF (Sender Policy Framework):

SPF helps prevent email spoofing by specifying which IP addresses or domains are authorized to send emails on behalf of your domain.
Configure SPF records in your domain's DNS settings to include the IP addresses or domains of your email service provider's mail servers. This informs recipient servers that emails originating from these servers are legitimate.

DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance):

DMARC builds upon SPF and DKIM by providing additional policies for handling emails that fail authentication checks. It enables domain owners to specify how they want unauthenticated emails to be handled and receive reports on email authentication activity.
Set up DMARC records in your DNS settings to specify your desired policy, such as "reject," "quarantine," or "none." Additionally, configure reporting options to receive feedback on email authentication failures.

Testing and Verification:

After configuring DKIM, SPF, and DMARC, thoroughly test the setup to ensure everything is functioning correctly. Your email's domain can be used instead of your noreply default email.

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