Issue Customers on Dedicated IPs are able to set up additional branding within the Marketo sending infrastructure. You are able to set up a branded 'envelope_from' so the From Domain used by the Marketo sending servers is associated with your brand instead of with Marketo.
This enables you to further isolate your sending reputation to your own brand and email activity. This can improve delivery rates to email networks looking for this level of alignment (generally smaller B2B domains but this can also help with AOL and Gmail). Branded 'envelope_from' is also key for authentication using DMARC, as it will allow you to align the domains in your email headers.
Solution Marketo's default return path/envelope_from domains include:
San Jose datacenter - @em-sj-77.mktomail.com
London datacenter - @eu-lon-188.mktomail.com
Ashburn datacenter - @potomac1050.mktomail.com
Sydney datacenter - @snsmtp.mktomail.com
Dedicated IP 199.15.21x.xxx envelope_from: em-sj-77.mktomail.com
Dedicated IP 199.15.21x.xxx envelope_from: m01.companydomain.com
To implement this, you will need to chose a sub-domain of your choice for this branding, and set up 3 DNS entries:
IN A (your sub-domain): Your dedicated IP IN MX (your sub-domain): Your dedicated IP's host-name (a sub-domain of mktdns.com) IN TXT (your sub-domain) “v=spf1 a mx include:mktomail.com ~all”
The subdomain must be unique. You cannot use your landing page or tracking link domains for your branded return path. Once that DNS setup is completed, submit a case to Marketo Support with those details and we can complete the process by implementing that branding for your instance's emails.
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Like Jay says, if you can name the images in a URL-safe and consistent fashion, then you don't need additional logic to figure out the URL as you can simply reuse the fields. However, if you try to do it this way, I definitely wouldn't use the first/last names, but rather the owner's email address, for 3 reasons: Only a tiny fraction of the characters that are valid in those owner names are also valid unencoded in a URL, and the moment you have any exceptions the setup can't work (while the same is technically true of the "@" and "+" in emails, in reality those characters do not need to be encoded in files hosted on Marketo) Owner email addresses are relatively static, compared to first names and last names (even nicknames and name changes due to marriage/divorce usually keep the old email address around as an alias) Owner email addresses are unique, first and last names are not (when you work in large global orgs and set up your 5th account for an Ankur Sharma, this becomes top-of-mind!) I still approach such projects with trepidation and bookmark them as relatively fragile, no matter what. Using Velocity allows you to properly percent-encode URLs, which a lot of people don't realize is even a thing.
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Thanks for the reply Joanna. I actually found my one editable class that did not have an ID. Banging my head on my desk!! I am using the ZURB Inliner to add my styles inline automatically. This is new for me. So far it is working. Thanks again! Eric
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