As a valued customer of Mailvio, we recognize the importance of a seamless and secure process for verifying your sending domain and integrating with Mailvio. To enhance your experience as a complete beginner with Mailvio, we have introduced a Sender Verification Tool
This allows you to verify the sender's email with Mailvio
Our platform extends comprehensive support for this feature, not only on the primary root domain but also across all associated subdomains you may have. The following straightforward guide will assist you in effortlessly verifying your sending domain with Namecheap, ensuring a hassle-free experience in just a few simple steps
Step 1: Log in to your Namecheap account
Step 2: Go to the Profile > Tools menu - https://ap.www.namecheap.com/settings/tools
Step 3: Scroll down to the Business & Dev Tools section.
Step 4: Click on MANAGE next to Namecheap API Access https://ap.www.namecheap.com/settings/tools/apiaccess/
Step 5: Toggle ON/OFF, read NameCheap's Terms of Service, and enter your account password.
Step 6: Now get your API Key, then click on the Edit button in the Whitelisted IPs Section
Step 7: Click on the 'Add IP' button
Step 8: Give a name e.g. Mailvio, Enter '22.214.171.124' on the IP Address, enter your NameCheap password, and then click on Save Changes
Step 9: Now go to https://app.mailvio.com/sender-verification-tool, Select NameCheap on the tab menu, select your domain from NameCheap, add the API Key you got from Step 6, add your API User and Username which are generally the same in most cases, then click on the 'Save Integration Settings' button.
NOTE: You can get your NameCheap username from here https://ap.www.namecheap.com/settings/personal-info
Step 10: Verify the DNS entries set in NameCheap
if you encounter any issues or errors during this process, don't hesitate to get in touch with us. We are here to assist you every step of the way.
You can contact our support team at any time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org