A transmission domain is used to provide all outbound links and image URLs with the URL of the registered transmission domain. This serves as a confidence-building measure, as the recipient can see from the links that the newsletter also comes from the specified sender. A Transmission domain is a sub-domain of your company domain and must first be set up by you. This sub-domain is prefixed with a dot in front of your domain, e.g.
If a sub-domain exists and the A-Record is stored in the DNS of the sub-domain, this domain is not usable for anything else as long as our transmission server IP is stored in the A-Record.
In addition to the Evalanche Login, an interface domain can also be entered as a transmission domain, then the recipients will see the desired name of the interface domain as a subdomain of scnem.com e.g.
A transmission domain can:
- for a whole group (all clients),
- as default for all clients even when a new client is created
- or configured only for selected clients.
The setup of a transmission domain usually takes 3 days.
Creating a sending domain
If cookies are used, then these cookies are set exclusively for the domain via which they were created. If, for example, a smart link is called up via another transmission domain, it cannot access the cookies of the first transmission domain.