DKIM, which is an acronym for DomainKeys Identified Mail, is a validation system, which obstructs email headers from being forged and email content from being tampered with. This is done by attaching an electronic signature to every message sent from an address under a particular domain. The signature is published based on a private encryption key that’s available on the outbound SMTP mail server and it can be verified by using a public key, which is available in the global Domain Name System. Thus, any email with modified content or a forged sender can be spotted by email providers. This method will enhance your worldwide web safety substantially and you’ll be sure that any email message sent from a business partner, a banking institution, and so on, is genuine. When you send emails, the recipient will also know for sure that you are indeed the one who has sent them. Any email that turns out to be counterfeit may either be labeled as such or may never end up in the recipient’s inbox, depending on how the particular provider has chosen to cope with such messages.
DomainKeys Identified Mail in Cloud Hosting
When you obtain any of the cloud hosting that we’re offering, the DomainKeys Identified Mail feature will be activated by default for any domain name that you register under your shared account, so you will not need to set up any records or to do anything manually. When a domain is added in the Hosted Domains section of our custom Hepsia Control Panel using our NS and MX records (so that the email messages associated with this domain will be handled by our cloud platform), a private encryption key will be generated immediately on our email servers and a TXT resource record with a public key will be sent to the global Domain Name System. All addresses created using this domain will be protected by DKIM, so if you send emails such as regular newsletters, they will reach their target audience and the receivers will know that the messages are genuine, because the DomainKeys Identified Mail feature makes it impossible for unsolicited individuals to forge your email addresses.