You can set up a custom domain to allow Greenvelope to send email on behalf of your email server. The advantage of this approach is that it will allow your invitations to be sent from an email address that your guests already recognize and may already have in their address book. It also will remove the “via” header in many email clients, like Gmail.
For example, invitations will come from firstname.lastname@example.org instead of email@example.com.
To take advantage of this feature it is necessary to set up a DKIM public key in your domain’s DNS records. This allows receiving email servers to verify mail coming from Greenvelope on your behalf is allowed.
The DNS TXT record needs to be created under:
The value for the key needs to be:
v=DKIM1; k=rsa; p=MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQCl43nwaq3SW8v7Bu5OWdVfWlfGg7tDC3OUqoldlUwW1dZH1DCbYXUBoI7aKtAdlbU8+4DUK53vTUrb6rQVbeoL9lQ9596e/Vt3HwqViOTSfM8WQuCXqkDN2D+q73wJ6y9DgpAFVONwIIVWd8jZQ32+AAGiB7FJngjXyyA6Y97dCwIDAQAB
Note: When you copy and paste the key line breaks may be introduced, which will cause the key to be invalid. Be sure to remove any line breaks when setting up the value.