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The July 2019 update of Dynamics 365 for Marketing is rolling out starting now! This update includes a few new features, plus plenty of performance and stability improvements. We’ll be rolling out the update on a region-by-region basis, and we expect it to be available to all regions by mid-July 2019.
This update installs version 1.35.4825.0 of the Dynamics 365 for Marketing solution.
Keep reading to learn how to get this update and which new features it includes. For more information about this product version, including known and recently fixed issues, see the Dynamics 365 for Marketing readme page.
For more information about recently released and planned new features, please see the Dynamics 365 and Power Platform Release Plan.
To benefit from this update, you must apply it to each of your Dynamics 365 for Marketing instances manually. As soon as the update is available in your region, you’ll be able to see and apply it as described in Keep Marketing up to date.
Dynamics 365 for Marketing receives regular incremental updates (released every month or so) and major updates (released about twice a year). The most recent major update was released in April 2019.
Domain authentication with DKIM is an increasingly important part of making sure your messages land in recipients’ inboxes rather than getting filtered away as junk. It requires that the from-address for each message you send shows a domain that you’ve authenticated for DKIM.
Microsoft is dedicated to helping our customers achieve maximum email deliverability, so we’ve added a few features to help make sure you don’t overlook or inadvertently work around your DKIM setup:
To set your default sending domain, go to Settings > Advanced settings > Marketing settings > Default marketing settings. Then open the marketing settings record here and go to the Marketing email tab to set the Default sending domain.
More information: Authenticate your domains
The segment designer already offered a feature where you could request an estimate for the size of your segment while still working in the draft state. However, this feature previously provided only a very rough estimate. With the July 2019 update, you’ll now receive a much more accurate estimatein nearly every case, you’ll get a fully accurate member count based on your current segment settings.
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