If you have set a ‘From’ email address in your ‘White label’ settings, it is advisable to setup an SPF in your DNS (Domain Name Service) as follows:
Login to your hosting provider and edit the DNS settings for the domain you have chosen to send email from.
Next, check if you have an existing SPF record in your TXT section.
If you don’t yet have an SPF record for that domain, you’ll want to add one. Create a
TXTrecord and set the host name to
@. At a minimum, should have the following value:
v=spf1 include:spf.tapfiliate.com ?all
If you already have a TXT record with SPF entries, you’ll only need to add Tapfiliate’s servers by adding
include:spf.tapfiliate.cominside the existing record. Your record would look like so:
v=spf1 include:spf.other-website.com include:spf.tapfiliate.com ?all
At the end of your SPF record, make sure there is an
-all, just before the last operator.
Once you save your DNS settings, go to your Settings tab > Custom Branding page. Scroll down to the bottom, where you can indicate the Sender’s name and Sender’s address. Remember to save.
We have prepared an article, which lists common issues encountered while setting up your SPF record.
Note: If you’re using WIX and setting up an SPF, you must leave the host name blank.