I'm building an approval process in which I need a record to be submited to approvers in a queue, and the record gets approved or not. It's a simple one-step approval.
I've set up an email alert for cases when the record is rejected, so its owner knows that it wasn't approved. But I want to use a organization-wide address (like
firstname.lastname@example.org) for this.
The organization already has addresses available for use (for all profiles) (and in use in other processes using scheduled classes), and the address I want to use is registered in the organization-wide address setup page.
The problem is: the email alert seems to work only when the email alert uses the
Current User's email address option. Any ideas why? Or how can I make the Final Rejection step work with an org-wide address?
After @gorav's suggestion, I checkd the email logs on my organization, and some emails did bounce back because of the DMARC policy. The log entries have a message like this:
550-5.7.1 Unauthenticated email from thecompany.com is not accepted due to\r\n550-5.7.1 domain's DMARC policy. Please contact the administrator of\r\n550-5.7.1 thecompany.com domain if this was a legitimate mail. Please visit\r\n550-5.7.1 https://support.google.com/mail/answer/2451690 to learn about the\r\n550 5.7.1 DMARC initiative. - gsmtp
So now I want to know: being in a company that has its own domain already defined, and using Google Apps for business, how can I get Salesforce to deliver emails with the addresses I specify? Should I get the DKIM keys for the company's domain? Is it the only step required?
I've requested the keys from the company's domain admin and he provided me with both keys and I imported them to sandbox, but still the emails are bouncing due to DMARC's policy, with the message quoted above. What do I need to do to make Salesforce send emails on behalf of the company domain?