Important: Adding a new sending domain is required for sending out emails from LeadEngines. This makes sure that emails won’t go to spam. This will also allow you to send from any alias on your domain such as email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org, etc.
What if I already verified your email in SendGrid, MailGun, or another service?
Even if you verified your domain in another API, you must still verify it in LeadEngines as well. LeadEngines sends on your behalf and this ensures your emails don’t go to spam.
How many domains can I verify?
If you are on a plan that allows unlimited domains, you can add as many as you want! You can assign domains to their own lists or share them across multiple lists.
Below are the quick steps to add a new sending domain to LeadEngines.
Step 1 – Add A New Sending Domain #
In the LeadEngines menu select Sending, then click Sending domains.
Click the “New sending domain” button.
Enter your domain in the empty field.
Note: Domain signing
This is enabled by default. If you prefer not to sign outgoing emails in the FROM address then you can turn this off, but it is not recommended and may cause your emails to go to spam. Only use this for specific purposes.
Step 2 – Add your DNS records #
Next, you need to update your DNS records on your domain or hosting account with your TXT records provided by LeadEngines. Most domain or hosting providers allow you to do this quickly under their domain settings.
Here’s an example of adding a TXT record in your domain or hosting account:
Domain & hosting providers:
Step 3 – Verify Your Domain #
Once you’ve updated your domain or hosting account, click Verify Now in LeadEngines.
You should see all three green verified boxes if you’re set up correctly.
That’s it you’re ready to send with this new domain!