I just set up a new Ghost instance (version 5.72.0) using a DigitalOcean droplet and configured everything. But no matter what I do, the sender name isn’t used:
The thing is, I have a sender name set up in my settings:
I even set it in
I used to run my blog on Gloat Host, and there it sent emails with the set sender name no problem.
I’ve searched the forum and Google’d my finger off, but I can’t find any solution. And as it works fine on Gloat with the same version (5.72.0), I start to doubt whether I’m just missing something or if it really is a bug.
Has anyone run into this and know the solution?
The issue pops up in ProtonMail (but only with my self-hosted blog, not with Gloat), but not in Gmail:
The setup in
config.production.json is for transactional email only; not the newsletter. Go to the portal,
ghost/#/settings/newsletters, to set the sender and reply to addresses.
Thanks for your reply @mjw. You confirm what I suspected.
As you can see in my original post, I have set everything up in settings yet it’s not working consistently:
I have no issue with Proton Mail displaying correctly. However, my
config.production.json looks like this.
The sender is derived from the portal setting for Sender name, which I have left blank, resulting in the default setting, i.e., site name.