Email link branding (formerly "Link Whitelabel") allows all of the click-tracked links, opens, and images in your emails to be served from your domain rather than
sendgrid.net. Spam filters and recipient servers look at the links within emails to determine whether the email looks trustworthy. They use the reputation of the root domain to determine whether the links can be trusted.
You can also manage link branding in the Sender Authentication section of the Twilio SendGrid App.
For more information, please see our Link Branding documentation.
Validate a branded link
Base url: https://api.sendgrid.com
This endpoint allows you to validate a branded link.
You can submit this request as one of your subusers if you include their ID in the
on-behalf-of header in the request.
- API Key
The ID of the branded link that you want to validate.default: None
The ID of the branded link.
Indicates if the link branding is valid.Allowed Values: true, false
The individual validation results for each of the DNS records associated with this branded link.
The DNS record generated for the sending domain used for this branded link.
Indicates if this DNS record is valid.Allowed Values: true, false
Null if the DNS record is valid. If the DNS record is invalid, this will explain why.
The DNS record created to verify the branded link.
Indicates if the DNS record is valid.Allowed Values: true, false
Null if valid. If the DNS record is invalid, this will explain why.
The reasons why the validation failed.
The reason why the link whitelabel could not be validated.
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