DNS - Support for DKIM or DomainKeys on our DNS
Modified on: Mon, 2 Jan, 2017 at 9:25 PM
Answer ID: 1042
Do you support DomainKeys (DKIM) on your DNS?
Yes, we do support the use of DomainKeys in our host records. This feature requires that you are using our DNS.
NOTE: Due to the limitation of our Host Records maximum length, we only support up to 1024 bit DomainKeys. However, it is possible to input longer DomainKeys and TXT records while still using our DNS servers, by using services such as "ClouDNS". If you have questions on how exactly to add longer DomainKeys, let us know, and we'll be glad to help.
To use a DomainKey:
- Under "Domain" in the top menu, click "My Domains".
- Select the domain you want to work with, and then click "Host Records - Edit" (if this option is not available, you are not using Our DNS).
- Under "Custom Host Names", under "Host Name" enter _domainkey. If you are using a Selector use the format
Under "Type", select "TXT" from the drop-down list.
- In the address field, place the DKIM record that you have created, and then click "Save Changes".
For more information on DomainKeys, please visit http://www.dkim.org.
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