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Authentication of a sender in SiteGround

Authentication of a sender in Cloudflare

Adding your Tracking and CDN records

In this guide, we will walk you through the steps to add additional DNS records for improved email deliverability. These records include the tracking domain and the CDN domain. By following these steps, you will enhance the deliverability of your emails. Let's get started! Step 1: Understanding the Tracking Domain The tracking domain is a subdomain that overrides the links used in your emails. This makes the links appear like they are coming from your actual domain, not from Mailvio. It ensu...

White label your tracking links

White Label Your Tracking Links Step 1: Click on your profile name and go to “company profile” ( Step 2: Click on “Add & Verify Tracking Domain” and just simply add your subdomain on the field shown (

Authentication of a sender in Namecheap

Step 1: Click on the profile name and go to “Company Profile”. ( Step 2: Click on “My Domains” and from there, you’ll see “authenticate” instead of verified. Click “authenticate”. Step 3: It will ask you to add DNS records to your hosting provider. Copy the CName. (

Authentication of a sender in GoDaddy

Step 1: Have an actual email for that domain or have a forwarder setup. Step 2: Once you have that, go to your profile name then click the company profile. ( Step 3: Click on “My Domains” tab and you’ll see options to verify the domain. (

Verify sender's email

Step 1: Log in to your Mailvio ( account. Step 2: From your Dashboard, click on your profile name and go to Company Profile. Step 3: From there, click My Domains and then click Add & Verify Domain, and when you click that you need to verify first your domain so just add your email address and click Continue. Step 4: Once done, you’ll see that your domain is added (ex. and you’ll also receive an email to verify the domain. (https://l...

How to add your domain in Mailvio

Using your own domains when sending emails is a great way to both improve deliverability and look more professional at the same time. There are three types of domains that are used when sending an email. 1. Email Domains By email domains, we mean the domain that the email physically is sent from. When we send emails on your behalf we will ordinarily use one or more of our own generic domains to physically send your email from. We do this because mail servers expect emails to co...