How the sender domain mapping works for different types of emails:
Individual Email: On connecting a personal email account (Outlook or Gmail), the Outlook or Gmail email ID will be considered the sender domain for the emails the user sends for individual emails.
Bulk Email: If the user enters their email ID (after setting up the two-way sync) under the “From Field,” the user email ID will be considered the sender domain for the bulk emails. If the field is blank, the sub-account level provider will be regarded as the sender domain.
Bulk Email: If the user enters an email ID different from their email ID connected (Outlook or Gmail), it will consider the sub-account level provider as the sender domain.
Workflow & Automation: Emails will continue to go from sub-account level providers.