How to verify Sender Domain from MailBluster?

The Senders feature in MailBluster simplifies the management of sender identities and DNS records, eliminating the need for manual adjustments in your AWS dashboard.

Now, you can easily verify your Sender Domain from within MailBluster. Just go to your Brand > Settings > @‌Senders.

Clicking on Settings and then @Senders

Click on Create new

Clicking on Create new

Select Domain for domain verification

Selecting Domain for domain verification

Enter your domain address and then click Create sender

Entering domain address and then clicking Create sender

Read the instructions carefully and click View Sender

Clicking on View sender after Sender created pop up window opens

You will notice that your sender domain is showing “Pending” status along with DKIM records, Custom MAIL FROM domain record and SPFF record as “Unverified

Sender domain status showing Pending

Copy the generated Name and its Value from each of the CNAMEs under DKIM records

Copy the Name from first CNAME

Now go to the DNS > Records of your Domain’s CPANEL / DNS Management console and select Type CNAME

Selecting Type CNAME from DNS Management

Copy Name and Value from MailBluster and paste to DNS Management as shown below

Copying the Name and Value and pasting on Name and Target

Set Proxy status to off. Then click Save

Setting Proxy status to off and clicking Save

A CNAME record will be created in your DNS Management

A CNAME record is created in your DNS Management

Now click Add record in your DNS Management

Adding record in your DNS Management

Select Type CNAME and copy paste the 2nd CNAME from MailBluster

Selecting Type CNAME

Here we copied the 2nd CNAME and its Value from @Senders of MailBluster

Copying 2nd CNAME record and its Value

And paste it into your DNS Management like the one shown below

Pasting it in your DNS Management

Follow the same procedure for the 3rd record by copying it from MailBluster

Copying 3rd CNAME record from @Senders

And paste it to your DNS Management as 3rd record

Pasting Name and Content for the 3rd record

Wait approximately 48 hours maximum for DNS values to propagate and then click Refresh

Clicking the Refresh button on the top right corner

The DNS Records will show “Verified” and domain will show “Success

DKIM records got verified

Now click Edit record for Custom MAIL FROM domain record

Clicking on Edit record for Custom MAIL FROM domain

Enter subdomain in MAIL FROM domain and then click Save changes

Entering the subdomain in MAIL FROM domain and clicking Save changes

You will notice that the Custom MAIL FROM domain record and SPF record will be changed to the new subdomain

Custom MAIL FROM domain record and SPF record changed to the new subdomain

Copy the Name from the SPF Record

Copying the Name from the SPF Record

Click Add record from your DNS Management

Clicking Add record from your DNS Management

Select Type TXT and Name for your domain

Selecting Type TXT and Name for your domain

Copy Value from SPF Record

Copying Value from SPF Record

Paste in Content (required) and click Save

Pasting in Content (required) and clicking Save

TXT record is now added to your DNS Management

TXT record is now added to your DNS Management

Copy the Custom MAIL FROM domain record

Copying the Custom MAIL FROM domain record

Click Add record from your DNS Management again

Clicking Add record from your DNS Management

Copy Name, Value and Priority from Custom MAIL FROM domain record

Copying Name, Value and Priority from Custom MAIL FROM domain record

Paste it to DNS Management as MX Record Type, Name (required), Mail server (required) and Priority (required). Then click Save.

Pasting it to DNS Management as MX Record Type, Name (required), Mail server (required) and Priority (required). Then clicking Save.

MX Record is added to your DNS Management

MX Record is added

You will now notice that Custom MAIL FROM domain record and SPF record will show “Verified

Custom MAIL FROM domain record and SPF record are showing "Verified"

Now, it’s time to Generate record for DMARC. Click on the Generate record button

Clicking on the Generate record button

Enter your domain address for DMARC

Entering domain address

Select type of DMARC policy Nothing yet, just collect data

Selecting Nothing yet, just collect data

Select the domain for Aggregate Reports sent

Selecting the domain for Aggregate Reports sent

Select No for Individual failure reports

Selecting No for Individual failure reports

Select Relaxed mechanisms

Selecting Relaxed mechanisms

Select No for different policy for subdomains

Selecting No for different policy for subdomains

Select percentage of email 100

Selecting percentage of email 100

Click Create Record and your DMARC will be generated

Clicking Create Record and the DMARC is generated

Go to your DNS Management and click Add record

Going to DNS Management and clicking Add record

Select Type and Name (Required)

Selecting Type and Name (Required)

Copy the generated DMARC Record

Copying the generated DMARC Record

And paste it in your Domain management and then click Save

And paste it in your Domain management and then click Save

Your DMARC Record will be saved in your Domain Management

DMARC Record is saved in Domain Management

After 48 hours click Refresh button in MailBluster

Clicking Refresh button in MailBluster

Your DMARC record is now Verified

DMARC record is now Verified

Now you have successfully verified your domain in AWS from MailBluster.

A detailed video can also be found here: Simplify your sender management using MailBluster