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How to send confirmation emails that appear to be from our own company, instead of JotFormAsked by associationforcoaching on August 24, 2016 at 12:48 PM
When the participant fills out a form and submits it, can the return confirmation that the participant receives show it being returned from the company connected with the email address where the form is returned maybe through JotForm, or using JotForm, instead of it indicating that it's from JotForm? Thank you.
If I understand you correctly, you would like to use your own email address as the sending email address of your email notifications. Yes, this is possible, and there are two primary ways to achieve it.
1. You can send email notifications directly through your own SMTP server:
This way, your form's email notifications would be sent directly from your own mailing system / email address.
2. Another method alternative to SMTP is that we can send emails from our own system, but make it appear as if the emails are coming from your own email address. We refer to this as a "Custom Sender Address", and it can be set up by following this guide:
In both of the above methods, your recipients will see the email notification as if it is coming from your email address, and not JotForm. The difference is that with the SMTP method, the emails would really be sent through your own email, while with the "custom sender" the emails are sent though the JotForm's system. In case the recipients perform any additional validation as to who actually sent the email, it is better to send emails through SMTP (method 1).
Please let us know how it goes, or if you need any further assistance. Cheers