Dear Valued Customers,

Gmail has updated its DMARC policy to prohibit third party email services from sending messages using an @gmail.com address as the sender.
Due to this policy, it will no longer be possible to use a Gmail address to send a marketing campaign or transactional email using any email marketing platform.
Gmail has changed its DMARC policy to ‘p=reject’.

Detail of the announcement:

Global Mailbox Providers Deploying DMARC to Protect Users

What is DMARC?
DMARC stands for Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance. It allows domains to instruct mail servers to reject messages using that domain in the From address, if the message did not originate from that domain’s own mail server.

Suggestion
Please do not use a free email services provider email address (Gmail/Yahoo/Hotmail) at FROM: during your marketing campaign.
If you have your own domain then may use it as FROM: address then change the REPLY-TO: to your own prefer email address.
If you do not have any domain, you are encourage to get a domain and hosting plan through us.
Please drop an email to support@js-solutions.com if you need any assistance on the domain or hosting account signup.

Summary
Do not use any free email services provider email address at FROM: , especially Gmail.