Validating and tracking email addresses

Enter: Host/Name: @ (This means that the record is pointed at your own domain.Some editors will require the "@" symbol, some will require you to enter your own domain, and others will not let you enter anything.To do that we must rewrite links and use web pages.Setting up a "tracking domain" brands these rewritten links and pages with your own domain. Enter: Host/Name: tracking Value: api.*Elastic Email system will look for either "tracking" or "email" automatically.Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance is an email authentication protocol that is built on top of SPF and DKIM protocols.SPF and DKIM are prerequisites of DMARC and must be in place before setting up a DMARC policy.If another CNAME is used please contact support to get it validated.We strongly recommend using our DMARC Generator - it will help you create DMARC record suited for your domain.

Also, if a default domain is set, then sub-accounts will inherit the ability to use the default verified sender domain on the main account.Email existed before DNS and before our modern email address format can be a local user account, role account, or routing address to an automated system, such as a mailing list.Hostname is a computer identified through DNS used to receive the message.In fact, adhering to RFC specifications for email addresses may not help, and indeed could complicate matters. There is a lot of crazy in the way email addresses is specified.Perhaps it came from letting different existing email systems represented their account, to encompass anything that was valid before.