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How to Set Up DKIM for Emma?

 

Emma supports DKIM authentication for your accounts and here is how you can avail of the same:

Prerequisites for Emma DKIM Setup

Prior to setting up DKIM for Emma, you need to publish the following 3 CNAME records on your domain’s DNS which would look something like as shown below:

Host Name

Values

e2ma-k1._domainkey
e2ma-k1.dkim.e2ma.net
e2ma-k2._domainkey
e2ma-k2.dkim.e2ma.net
e2ma-k3._domainkey
e2ma-k3.dkim.e2ma.net

NoteThese CNAME records would be associated with your email sending domain and might slightly vary depending on your DNS hosting provider’s requirements. Hence please have a discussion with your provider or hosting company’s support team, prior to publishing.

Setting up DKIM DNS TXT Record on Emma

  • Login to your Emma account
  • On the Accounts page, click on DKIM
  • You will be able to see a hash code provided to you by Emma. 
  • Create a TXT record in your DNS with the following syntax: e2ma-verification=[[hash value given by Emma]]
  • Save changes and allow your DNS  a few hours to process the new changes

Enabling DKIM for Emma

  • Head back to the Account page and click on the DKIM tab once more
  • In the field provided, enter your domain name
  • Click on Save 
  • This would immediately start a validation process to countercheck whether you have published the CNAME and TXT records on your DNS, and whether they are valid and active
  • On successful verification, the Save button turns blue
  • You can click on Save a second time now to complete the DKIM activation process for Emma

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