This article describes how to enable DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) for a Professional or Pro Plus Email Hosting account.
DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) helps ensure that your messages are delivered reliably to recipients. Recipients can use DKIM to verify that an incoming e-mail message is actually from the stated sender, and that the message has not been altered during transit.
When DKIM is enabled, the sender digitally signs a message using a private key. The recipient uses DNS to retrieve the sender's public key and verify the message's signature. If the signature is invalid, then the message is assumed to be forged and therefore spam.
To enable DKIM for your domain, you add a special TXT record to your domain's DNS settings.
To enable DKIM for your account, follow these steps:
Locate the Professional Email or Pro Plus Email service, and then click Manage:
On the Domain tab, click Custom DKIM:
On the Live DKIM Status page, next to DKIM Status, you should see ACTIVE:
For more information about DKIM, please visit http://www.dkim.org.
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