What is DKIM?
Domain Keys Identified Mail (DKIM) records allow a recipient to validate a sender as the owner of an email message. Domain Keys use public-key encryption to apply digital signatures to email, this allows verification of the sender as well as of the integrity of the message in question. DK/DKIM records are generated by your email service provider and entered as TXT Records within Constellix. Visit the Domain Key Public Website to learn more.
Please note if you have a TXT value that is longer than 255 characters, you will have to split the value into 2 parts using double quotations "". You will have to add both parts as your TXT record value.
"String One""String Two""String Three"
2. Select TXT Record
3. Enter Record Values
B. TTL: Time to Live, measured in seconds, determines how long the record is cached in resolvers.
C. Value: The DKIM string for your domain.
D. Notes: Add a helpful note with keywords so you can search for your records later.
E. Save: Save your record changes and don’t forget to commit your changes after you’re done making record changes for this domain!