- cremarcAsked on February 17, 2011 at 04:41 AM
Our client wants to send form-response details in his domain name, not jotform.com. I know how to do this in jotform and it is working fine. But my client uses SPF on his domain, and therefore a jotform email purporting to be from my client but ACTUALLY originating 'not from my client's SPF-approved list of email originating servers', means that a jotform email is more likely to be classed as spam than if my client was willing to email-out as @jotform.com'.
So, my question is: 'For the purposes of SPF registration: What is the hostname, or IP address, or range of IP addresses, of the jotform email server which originates emails upon form submission?
- JotForm FounderaytekinAnswered on February 17, 2011 at 04:51 AM
Currently our emails are sent from ying.interlogy.com and monk.interlogy.com servers.