You can use your own company email to send emails via SMTP. All Order notification emails will be sent from that email and From name will be the one you specify.
To change the email please follow the steps below:
To set up SMTP go to Dashboard > Settings > Order email settings.
Use SMTP?: Yes - switch to SMTP sending mode.
SMTP Authentication: Yes/No - Select Yes if your SMTP host requires SMTP Authentication.
SMTP Security: None/SSL/TLS - Select the security model your SMTP server uses. Note: If you have 2 options available it is recommended to use the Secure one (SSL or TLS)
SMTP port: - Enter the port number of your SMTP server. Usual settings are 25 for Non-secure server and 465 for Secure servers. Note: Consult your email provider documentation, all these settings should be well documented by them.
SMTP username: - the username (usually the email address) for access to the SMTP host.
SMTP password: - the password to your SMTP host.
SMTP host: - the name (URL) of your SMTP host, usually mail.domain.com or smtp.domain.com
Note: Gmail SMTP most likely will not work. Google requires Authentication of external services so you have to create an app in Google's development console and authenticate it to use particular IP/domain. Gmail caps daily emails to 500 so we advise you use the Default option with No SMTP.
Using SendGrid for SMTP
SendGrid SMTP set up:
Go to back office > Dashboard > Settings > Order Email settings > Use SMTP: Yes.
SMTP Authentication: Yes
SMTP Security: SSL
SMTP Port: 465
SMTP Username: YOUR SendGrid USERNAME
SMTP Password: YOUR SendGrid PASSWORD
SMTP Host: smtp.sendgrid.net
For Username and Password, you can also create separate credentials pair so you don't use your main log in details.
To do so please log in to your SendGrid account.
Click on Settings > Credentials > Add New Credentials and set up USERNAME and PASSWORD that you can use in the settings of The Booking Form above.
SendGrid also allows for Whitelabeling which means that you cam make Emails appear as sent from your own domain. Here is a link to their documentation.