Sending AMP Emails in Magento 2 using Gmail Production Mode

Registering with Google to send AMP Emails in Production Mode

  1. Follow the Testing AMP Emails using Gmail Development Mode article to prepare your store and send a test AMP email with the Magento 2 AMP Email extension.
  2. Make sure that your SPF/DKIM/DMARC/From:/Return-Path: headers are configured correctly as described in Google Requirements. You can find out this by opening any of your test AMP Emails in Gmail, then click on “3 dots” > Show Original:
  1. On this page, you can check if your DNS records configured correctly.
  1. Your “sender email address” must be “warmed up” with Gmail. In other words your email (e.g. must have a history of at least a couple of hundred emails sent to Gmail users a day.
  2. You should have a low rate of spam complaints from Gmail users.
  3. Send test email from your Magento 2 store once again, following our giode on Testing AMP Emails using Gmail Development Mode, but this time send AMP email to the following address:
  4. Fill out Google AMP Registration form for your sender email.
  5. If you use different email addresses in your Magento 2 (Admin > Stores > Settings > Configuration > General > Store Email Addresses) for General Contacts, Sales, Support, etc, you must repeat steps 1-7 for each email sender. So for example, you use 3 different emails at your Magento Store:, and In that case you must go through steps 1-7 of this guide for each of these 3 emails.
  6. You should hear from Google in 1-2 weeks.
  7. After your Google application is approved, you can enable all AMP Emails in your store. Just go to “Magento Admin > Marketing > Communications > Email Templates” and enable AMP version of each template separately.
  8. Congrats! You can now send AMP Emails to your clients!
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