To send successful email campaigns and make sure your emails aren't blocked, your domain needs to be authenticated. DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) authenticates your emails, by assigning a cryptographic signature to your outbound emails. This helps filter unauthorized sending sources and distinguish between real and fake emails.
Within Mailigen you will have to follow the procedures in order to create the DKIM records needed for email authentication. Once Mailigen provides you with the records, you will need to create them in your DNS.
Setting Up DKIM for Mailigen
Login to Mailigen and Navigate to the Email Authentication section
Click on Add a Domain
Enter your domain name and click on the Get DNS Records button
Mailigen creates the DKIM record that you need to publish in your domain’s DNS. Copy the TXT value.
Open your DNS management console and paste the DKIM record name and value. Save changes.
Finally, lookup and validate your record using our DKIM record lookup tool
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