Quick Base Email IP Address Range Migration

By Tim Combs posted 24 days ago

  


The sending IP address ranges for Quick Base notification emails will be rotating from the IPs currently in use, to a new set of IP address ranges. This is being done in order to enhance security and resiliency as well as to improve sending IP reputation management services. These changes should increase deliverability of notification emails from Quick Base.

Quick Base keeps an up-to-date Sender Policy Framework (SPF) record for all email servers used to send email from our platform. If you use SPF, you can adhere to your organization's spam filtering policy without having to whitelist the IP addresses of approved senders. 

Important: SPF is our recommended and supported method for spam filtering. 

Since the IP address ranges of email servers can change without notice, customers should NOT whitelist IP addresses to allow Quick Base emails to be received via IP address. See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sender_Policy_Framework for more information on SPF. If your organization does whitelist email IP addresses, you should plan to implement SPF as soon as possible.

If you DO choose to whitelist IP addresses, here is the CURRENT range used by the Quick Base Platform:

  • 34.210.10.78

  • 34.223.212.232

  • 35.161.173.10

  • 35.167.233.208

  • 52.33.95.249

  • 52.34.152.245

  • 52.39.32.84

The following is the NEW IP address range that Quick Base will be using effective immediately:

  • 156.70.3.202

  • 156.70.3.203

  • 156.70.3.204

  • 156.70.3.205

  • 156.70.3.206

  • 156.70.3.207

  • 156.70.3.208

Quick Base will be using both the CURRENT and NEW IP address ranges until June 22nd, 2020. After June 22nd, we will no longer use the CURRENT IP address range and those IP addresses can be removed from your whitelist.

If you have any questions regarding the information above, please do not hesitate to reach out to our Quick Base Care Team by opening a support case.

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