DKIM records for email

For most email service providers, having a valid DKIM record that lets the service know that the domain is authenticated to send emails is really important. additionally most transactional email services require a DKIM record before mail can be sent. We use Campaign Monitor to process transactional email and this is also the case with them.

I was hoping you would be able to provide a DNS record that authenticates for originating email. It's a very simple process, you only need to setup a DKIM record and provide 3 things to customers:

1.) The selector i.e.

2.) The Public Key

3.) The private key


Each customer would then be able to use the single DKIM record to authenticate as the originating domain.

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