If your organisation uses a proxy, firewall, VPN, or has other network security in place, it's possible that some pages of our product may be blocked or not function properly. This can mean that you may see a white page or endless loading instead of the content you're expecting.
Fortunately, many IT teams that have implemented network security also have provisions for whitelisting. If you’ve run into issues related to network security restrictions, then you'll need to work with your IT and/or security team to whitelist Vision6.
Whitelisting requirements for Vision6 is fairly straight forward and you can easily test on your end whether or not you need to get your IT team involved.
When you click these links, you should receive a page with lots of letters and numbers, this is the right outcome, you can close the tab.
If the pages do not load, or you have an error on the page, it is likely an Antivirus, firewall or proxy blocking the files.
Feel free to pass the following information onto your IT team so that they can whitelist Vision6 and you can continue building your email campaigns
Email to IT
We use Vision6 to create and send email campaigns to our customers and recently, we've been having trouble accessing some of the content on their service.
It looks as though it could be being blocked by our own security infrastructure and Vision6 has suggested that we get in touch with IT to have their domain whitelisted.
Specifically, the domain to whitelist is:
This is the CDN address where the files for their product is hosted.
If you need any further information from Vision6, we're happy to put you in touch with them directly.