Click Travel System Requirements
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Written by Alex Detheridge
Updated over a week ago

Click Travel's on line booking platform is accessed via a web browser over the public internet. The browsers detailed below are tested to ensure they work correctly with our services.

The Click Travel app is available for download on Apple iOS.

Online booking platform

Our on line booking platform, accessed at, supports the latest versions of the following web browsers and platforms.



Not supported



Firefox, Opera

Apple iOS

Chrome, Safari


Mac OS X

Chrome, Firefox, Safari



Chrome, Firefox, Edge

Opera, Safari

Minimum device resolution width we support is 320px of iPhone and similar for responsive UI.

Other browser and operating system combinations may well work but are not supported.

Our services requires JavaScript and cookies to be enabled in order to function correctly. If you are unsure of these requirements please see your IT department for further clarification.

Click Travel Mobile App

The downloadable Click Travel mobile app, is supported on the latest version of Apple iOS.

Apple iOS

Supported: To ensure compatibility, please install latest software updates

Download: Apple Store


Access to our services is via the domain You may need to add this domain to your proxy whitelist to ensure users can access the services.

Email services

We publish SPF (Sender Policy Framework), DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) and DMARC (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting & Conformance) domain name records for and Click Travel We highly recommend that you configure your email service to validate all 3 standards for inbound email to ensure that you only accept email legitimately sent by us.

When we send transactional email such as confirmation notes and approval notifications, the "from" address header will be The "reply-to" header will be unique for each mail, but the domain part of the address will be "". You may need to add these addresses and domains to your mail server whitelist to ensure receipt.

Important If your organisation uses Microsoft Exchange 2010, we recommend you create a "transport rule", with a condition that identifies email where the "from" header contains "" and "" and an action that sets the "spam confidence level" to zero.

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