SIngle SMTP Sign-In for multiple domains
We run a platform that sends mail from 50+ different domains. With a former provider, we had a one-stop SMTP authorization and a per-domain signature configuration (DKIM, SPF, etc.). Now, we need to code around this and figure out what credentials to use for which sending domain. I know it is still possible to send on behalf of another domain, but then outgoing e-mails won't be properly signed with DKIM.
The same goes for the reporting, as I gather from other user's comments. A single point of entry to download information for all domains would be more practical than build separate API calls for each and every domain
Thanks for implementing this
Yes. Single SMTP sign-on for multiple domain is a MUST! While I do not have 50 domains; I do have 3 and use only a mail client that allows one SMTP server selection at a time (it will store multiple servers, but only one is selected as default and that's the one it always uses).