What are nameservers?

Starting in February 2024, Gmail and Yahoo are rolling up new authentication requirements which require using a custom DKIM authenticated domain with DMARC reinforced.

GetResponse strongly advises all senders to use emails addresses from own sending domains as a from field, and to configure both DKIM and DMARC.

For additional details on these modifications, refer to our blog post:
Gmail and Yahoo’s Authentication Changes: All You Need to Know

Nameservers point your domain to your web hosting and connect URLs with the IP address of web servers.

Nameservers are part of the Domain Name System (DNS), which is a naming system used to identify computers reachable through the Internet.

You need nameservers from GetResponse to link your website with your domain URL.

Here you can find more information how that can be done.