All emails sent through SMTP2GO are now automatically signed with DKIM if you don’t manually add your sender domains. This means that your email receivers would receive your emails to be coming from smtp2go.com instead of your domain name. This can cause confusion and reduce email deliverability.
Why Should I Add Sender Domains to SMTP2GO for DKIM
By enabling Sender Domains for DKIM, you will be able to use your domain (sent from: yourdomain.com) for your email address instead of smtp2go.com, which will make it easier for your receivers to identify you. Additionally, your emails will be sent DKIM signed and you can enable DMARC so that any domains that send a message on behalf of your domain have to send authenticated emails that pass DMARC alignment.
Click here to learn about how to add sender domains on SMTP2GO
Note: Once you add your sender domains, SMTP2GO automatically signs your outgoing emails with DKIM without you having to configure the protocol or activate it manually.
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