How to set headers of email for any "From" email when a campaign is sent from a not verified domain?

fabyc

Active Member
Hi,

I would like to know how about header section in the email arrives to subscriber when it s
When a campaign is sent "From email" with a verified domain, all is OK, but when it s sent form a email domain from a customer, it arrives like sent with headers when it is sent for example through Amazon.

Example:

When is sent from an email that is a verified domain in Amazon: mydomain.com

from: Company name <info@mydomain.com>
reply-to: "Company name" <info@mydomain.com>
to: Jhon J. <jj@gmail.com>
date: Fri, Oct 28, 2016 at 3:51 PM
subject: A test campaign
mailing list: do623grhoc5b2 <Campaign name> Filter messages from this mailing list
mailed-by: amazonses.com
signed-by: noduxmarketing.com
encryption: Standard (TLS) Learn more


When is sent from an email that is not a verified domain in Amazon: domain2.com

from: Company name <info@domain2.com> via amazonses.com
reply-to: "Company name" <info@domain2.com>
to: jj@gmail.com
date: Thu, Nov 10, 2016 at 11:28 AM
subject: A test campaign
mailed-by: amazonses.com
signed-by: amazonses.com
encryption: Standard (TLS) Learn more


How can be possible to send all emails of customers signed from mydomain.com? It is supposed that if mydomain.com is a verified domain (in Amazon), all customers that set "FROM" email, its headers arrives like this for example:

from: Company name <info@sg.companynamedomain.com> via wixshoutout.com
reply-to: info@companynamedomain.com
to: jj@gmail.com
date: Fri, Oct 28, 2016 at 8:52 AM
subject: A super offert for you
mailed-by: sg.wixshoutout.com
signed-by: wixshoutout.com


wixshoutout.com uses sendgrid for sendind out emails. This is the original of the previous example:

Message ID <goHil3SaTJWRwELgjpROgQ@ismtpd0002p1sjc2.sendgrid.net>
Created at: Fri, Oct 28, 2016 at 8:52 AM (Delivered after 24 seconds)
From: Company name <info@sg.companynamedomain.com>
To: jj@gmail.com
Subject: A super offer for you
SPF: PASS with IP 167.89.76.76 Learn more
DKIM: PASS with domain wixshoutout.com Learn more



I hope I could explain well. :)

Thanks in advanced
 

fabyc

Active Member
from: Company name <info@sg.companynamedomain.com> via wixshoutout.com
reply-to: info@companynamedomain.com
to: jj@gmail.com
date: Fri, Oct 28, 2016 at 8:52 AM
subject: A super offert for you
mailed-by: sg.wixshoutout.com
signed-by: wixshoutout.com

Is there a way that email header arrives like this one (wixshoutout.com)? With it, all registered customers in my MW installation, all emails headers arrives as mydomain.com sent them (with "via" word). It could be sent "FROM" email with verified domain in any DW or a not verified domain.

Short examples:

from: Company name <info@customerdomain.com> via mymwdomain.com
reply-to: info@customerdomain.com
to: john@gmail.com
date: Fri, Oct 28, 2016 at 8:52 AM
subject: A super offert for you
mailed-by: mymwdomain.com
signed-by: mymwdomain.com

Or,

from: Company name <info@othercustomerdomain.com> via mymwdomain.com
reply-to: info@othercustomerdomain.com
to: carl@yahoo.com
date: Fri, Oct 28, 2016 at 8:52 AM
subject: A big super offert for you
mailed-by: mymwdomain.com
signed-by: mymwdomain.com

Thanks
 

twisted1919

Administrator
Staff member
How can be possible to send all emails of customers signed from mydomain.com?
AFAIK the only way is to verify that given domain at amazon ses and then to always force the FROM email in the delivery server settings.

Please note that your questions are not related to mailwizz perse, but to the way mailing works in general nowadays when sending through 3rd party providers.
 

fabyc

Active Member
AFAIK the only way is to verify that given domain at amazon ses and then to always force the FROM email in the delivery server settings.
I thought in MW there is a way to configure similar to wixshoutout.com that uses sendgrid.

Please note that your questions are not related to mailwizz perse, but to the way mailing works in general nowadays when sending through 3rd party providers.
OK

PS: What's the meaning of perse? :)

Thanks
 
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