DKIM records for mail

A DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) record is a DNS record that serves as an authentication mechanism to assist with protecting both email senders and recipients from forged and phishing emails. A DKIM record allows the receiving mail server to check whether an email claiming to come from a specific domain, is in fact authorised to be sent using that domain name, through cryptographic authentication.

All new hosting packages will include DKIM authentication by default.

Note: If your domain’s DNS is not hosted by xneelo, the relevant DKIM record should be amended or added via your current DNS provider.