You should send using your own From Domain with DNS records set up for SPF, DKIM, DMARC and a Custom Tracking Domain. Dig into the "Why" by reading about the importance of it, how authentication works, and the fascinating history of sending an email.
Using your own From Domain builds relationship with your recipients and their email servers. When following email best practices, this creates trust and a good sending reputation that is critical in successful email delivery. The DNS changes are easy to implement and JangoMail team members are ready to help you!
What if I can't set up DNS records for my From Domain? What then?
As a rule, you should not send from a domain over which you do not have control. However, there are exceptions to this rule. These situations are rare but can occur.
The answer: Send using a subdomain hosted by JangoMail
With this option, you will send your emails from email@example.com. This is a unique sending domain that only you use where JangoMail can add the necessary DNS records for SPF, DKIM, DMARC, and Custom Tracking, providing authentication in situations where you cannot add them to your own From Domain. Replies that come to this address will be forwarded according to your account settings.
Do you have a unique situation that doesn't allow you to add DNS records? Contact JangoMail Support so we can get you moved over!