(DKIM) is an email authentication method that verifies that an email was sent from a given domain and has not been altered. The sender adds a digital signature to the email header, which allows the recipient to verify its authenticity. This signature is created using a private key securely stored on the sender's server. The public key used to verify the signature is published in the DNS records of the sender's domain. This makes it easy for the recipient to verify that the email originated from that domain and has not been tampered with.
Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting, and Conformance (DMARC) is a technology that builds on DKIM and SPF. DMARC allows domains to define policies on how email services should handle emails that do not appear to be authentic. Rules can be set to determine what happens to emails that do not meet DKIM or SPF authentication. By implementing DKIM and DMARC, you can also request that emails be redirected to a spam folder or rejected
Implementing DKIM and DMARC for your domain is crucial for ensuring the security of your email communications. Implementing DKIM and other email authentication technologies can increase recipients' confidence in the authenticity of your emails and protect your domain from abuse. This shows that you take the security and trustworthiness of your emails seriously, which is essential in today's digital age.
To generate DKIM, go to the client section and select the 'Email Inboxes' category.