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How to configure a custom domain name using DNS configurations (for Cloudflare providers only)?
How to configure a custom domain name using DNS configurations (for Cloudflare providers only)?

In this article, you can find how to configure your domain name for email previews in Stripo using DNS configurations.

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What is the custom domain for previews?

Custom domain for email previews is an option available with the MEDIUM, PRO and PRIME pricing plans. It’s especially helpful for companies that send email template links to their clients for approval, so they do not want URL links to contain domain names related to For example:

If you want email templates, preview links to start with your domain address, not – just create the desired subdomain, specify it on the project settings page, and make basic settings on your server.

Important to note: "Custom domain" configuration is more of a technical feature than all the others, so you may need a System Administrator or another person who is responsible for such settings.

You can set the custom domain in the settings of your project.

There are examples of Apache and Nginx configurations:

And this is an example of the configuration using the CHAME record created with your DNS provider:

If you want to set a custom domain name for the DNS configuration (for Cloudflare provider only), you should open your Cloudflare provider, go to the "DNS" panel and add a CNAME record there (by entering the same address as in the project settings in the "Custom domain for emails" section into your Stripo account).

After the previous action, go to the "SSL/TLS" panel and turn on the Full (strict) option.

Now, wait until the DNS configuration is updated and your custom domain name for email previews is ready.

As a result, we get this preview link which you can share with your customers/colleagues - https://{your domain name}/template/51d6c9b5-0c25-44bd-9f46-2f2996d02fbc.

Moreover, we have a really useful video where you can follow step-by-step all the custom domain configurations:

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