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The short answer is: Nope! Especially if you by a non-SAP domain mean a domain which is neither an SAP domain, nor a private domain. This would mean, that there is absolutely nothing which tells the guys in the receiving end, that you are an eligible sender, who is authorised to be using this IP address. What is an SAP domain exactly? An SAP Domain includes ...


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In Pardot if you want to do this, you will need to work with Pardot Support to make sure everything is right on their end. I've seen it done in a couple of different Pardot orgs.


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