DKIM is a system for authenticating emails. The first key is the public one, which is published in a TXT record in the Domain Name System (DNS). The second key, the private one, is encrypted and stored with the signature of the email. This way, it can be verified if the mail is authentic or forged.
Trustpilot currently does not support DKIM. For more information, you can contact the Trustpilot support team.
If you have a published record for DKIM on your DNS, use our free DKIM record lookup tool to ensure that your record is devoid of errors and is fully functional.
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