DKIM signing allows you to add a cryptographic signature to your outgoing email messages. DKIM signing generates a domain signature for your outgoing messages. In conjunction with the message signature, DKIM signing also generates a verification tag to help recipients identify whether or not the message has been tampered with.
Enabling DKIM authentication for Enom
Enom's DNS supports the use of DKIM in their host records. However, to make use of this feature you need to be using Enom’s DNS for your hosting.
Note: Due to the limitation of Enom’s Host Records maximum length, they only support 1024-bit DKIM keys
To enable DKIM for Enom:
- Navigate to the Host Records page for your domain
- On the Host Records Page, Click Add New
- Enter _domainkey in the Host Name field. If you are using a DKIM Selector use the following format for your Hostname: s1._domainkey (using s1 as your example selector)
- Select TXT for the Record Type from the drop-down list.
- Enter the DKIM record value that you have created using our DKIM record generator in the Address field
- Click Save to complete the process