One of my clients has asked me to provide the domain tree for the marketo server how it is set up with the company`s domain....including sub domains and such...
I have no clue....since I am not the IT Admin. Can some one help me out?
Not sure I've heard of this before.
Go to Admin>Landing Pages and you'll see a couple of things:
not sure that helps the client as that's an odd way to phrase this request.
I agree w/Josh, this is a strange phrasing!
If they mean "What changes do I need to make to my company's DNS for Marketo?" I'd say the answer(s) are:
Then other tech matters that an IT group may also be involved with:
It's not that SPF as a whole is useless, it's that adding include:mktomail.com to your SPF record is useless -- and may even be harmful -- unless you're using Marketo's branded sender feature (a paid addition to your subscription). I described the details here: http://blog.teknkl.com/your-marketo-spf-entry-doesnt-matter-unless-youre-paying-extra/
HI Josh , Hi Sanford,
I have provided the detail on what to change to implement in Marketo all the stuff that is needed for set up for DNS to our customer.
Then they asked for the domain tree that shows the relationship with marketo...explaining why they need to set up 2 Cnames ...since Marketo is set up in a way to change the customer has to change both [Landing page Cname] [EmailTrackingCNAME] to a different host name.
They want to know the relationship between the Marketo Landing pageCNAME and The Email tracking CName how it will be set up in to there company domain and in marketo server. I am not sure if I am making any sense..
<landing pages hostname>.example.com CNAME --> <account string from Admin-Integration-Landing Pages>.mktoweb.com
<click tracking hostname>.example.com CNAME --> <tracking link from Admin-Email>
I'm not sure if I'd call it a "tree" exactly, more like a "map" of certain Marketo functions to records in your DNS zone.