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Allowlisting email IPs and domains

While you shouldn't normally have to worry about emails getting through with GoDaddy Email Marketing, some domains only allow email from manually allowlisted senders. So, these recipients may need to allowlist emails from GoDaddy Email Marketing, for improved delivery.

Depending on their requirements, you may need to give your recipients:

  • the From Email that you use to send the email
  • GoDaddy Email Marketing's IP addresses
  • domains that your email is sent from

Servers and IP addresses:

These are all the IP addresses that your email may be sent through:

IP range Included IPs
198.71.244.0/25 198.71.244.0 through 198.71.244.127
198.71.245.0/25 198.71.245.0 through 198.71.245.127
198.71.246.0/25 198.71.246.0 through 198.71.246.127
198.71.247.0/25 198.71.247.0 through 198.71.247.127
198.71.253.0/24 198.71.253.0 through 198.71.253.255
198.71.254.0/24 198.71.254.0 through 198.71.254.255
198.71.255.0/24 198.71.255.0 through 198.71.255.255

Domains

All mail will have the sending domain format m##.em.secureserver.net.

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