When a lot of domain registrars or DNS providers will tell you they support DKIM or DomainKeys, they often mean that they support TXT records, and you can publish the public part of your DomainKeys via the DNS.
Which is fine, and works when you are integrating with third-party email providers or CRMs. In many cases like that you would often just create a CNAME that aliases out to one of the third party vendor’s hostnames and you’re done.
But what if you want to use DKIM to authenticate your outbound email and you aren’t using a third party email provider, or your own server?
Well now you can use easyMail here, press the button to enable DKIM, and we’ll support DKIM signing via the easyMail outbound mail servers. That way your recipients know for certain that:
- Your email is really from who it says it’s from
- The contents of those emails have not been altered
Enabling DKIM for your domain increases delivery rates and reduces the odds of winding up in your intended recipients’ spam folder.
You can read more about enabling DKIM (and SPF, for that matter) over on the help doc here.
Learn more about which service levels come with email here.