Together sends transactional emails to your organization's users such as "We found you a mentor" or "It's time for your next session". 

As part of our commitment to safeguarding our email communications, we have implemented industry-standard email authentication systems—specifically, Sender Policy Framework (SPF) and DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM). These protocols help protect our email recipients from phishing and spoofing attacks and ensure that our emails are trustworthy.

We provide email servers worldwide with the information needed to verify emails from, protecting both our reputation and our recipients from fraudulent emails. DKIM adds an additional layer of security by attaching a digital signature to our messages. This signature is a unique key generated by our email servers and is verified against a public cryptographic key in our DNS records. Through this mechanism, recipients can confirm that the email did indeed originate from our domain and has not been tampered with in transit.


SPF/DKIM Alignment

We support SPF and DKIM alignment and all of our transactions emails include these DNS records for the following hostnames:



IP Address

Please log in as an admin to Together, and head to Settings > Integrations, in order to view the dedicate IP address from which we send all our transactional emails if you wish to whitelist it. 


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