To protect users' experience, privacy and security for AMP emails are subject to additional requirements and restrictions. Failure to comply with any of these requirements will result in a fallback behavior where the AMP for email MIME part is ignored and the HTML part is rendered instead.
Emails containing AMP need to adhere to this criteria:
- Emails must pass authentication via:
- The top-level domain (TLD) of the SPF check or DKIM signature must match the TLD of your
From:email address. For example, if you use
From: email@example.com, the DKIM or SPF must be for
- Emails must come from a static email address, e.g.
In addition to passing all the checks outlined in the previous section, senders of AMP email need to register the static email address their emails originate from. See sender registration for more details.
Emails that contain AMP must observe best practices. Failure to do so may result in revocation of your sender registration.