Manage Email Settings
The Email setting allows you to manage the email configuration for the mails triggered by Zoho Analytics. You can send mails to your users using Zoho Analytics in the following scenario.
In case your receiver has set up DMARC policy, an email authentication protocol that allows both senders and receivers to protect the domain from mail spoofing and fraudulent email. The emails triggered from Zoho Analytics might end up in the Spam folder or get blocked by your receiver.
To improve the deliverability of emails, and enable a secured mailing option, we allow you to configure Zoho Analytics as a valid email source to mail using your email address.
With this, you indicate that the emails sent by you using Zoho Analytics aren't spam.
Follow the below steps to validate Zoho Analytics.
- Login to your account.
- Click the Setup icon at the top right.
- The Subscription details page will open. Open the Email tab.
- Click Add Domain. The Add Domain dialog will open.
- Enter your domain name.
- Click Add.
- The domain will be added. Now you can get the validation codes for the SPF and the DKIM. Click Get Code to proceed.
- Copy the corresponding codes and add them in your DNS settings. Click here to learn how to configure the DNS settings.
- Once you have added the validation code in your DNS settings, click Validate button in the Email tab. The domain will be marked as verified.
Now, you will be able to send data alerts and report emails using Zoho Analytics. Your emails won't end up in the spam folder of your recipients.