If either, or both, of you will send me your domain names and e-mail addresses, via PM, I'll be glad to take a look at this and see if I can assist you with getting it resolved.
Remember, for your DKIM record, you need THREE RECORDS and a VALID SPF record:
The first is the DKIM RECORD, generated by SMARTERMAIL - do not use a key generated anywhere else:
In our case, we name our DKIM keys "secure", so they will always be entered as "secure._domainkey.domain.tld" Note the LEADING UNDERSCORE in _domainkey - it must be included.
In the example below, the domain is echicago.com, so the name of the key is "secure._domainkey.echicago.com" Not, also, that the domain key is prefixed with "k-rsa" to indicate the encryption type.
The SECOND DNS entry is: _adsp._domainkey.echicago.com. Note the leading underscore in _adsp, it must be included:
The final key is this one: _domainkey.echicago.com - again, note the leading underscore in _domainkey:
When you use DomainKeys you can publish policy statements in DNS that help email receivers understand how they should treat your email. There are three main statements that can be published:
- "t=y" - Which means that your email DomainKeys are in test mode.
- "o=-" - All email from your domain is digitally signed.
- "o=~" - Some email from your domain is digitally signed.
- "n=*" - n stands for notes. Replace the * symbol, with any note you like
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