How to add DKIM record on Windows server?

We will add the DKIM record as a TXT record in DNS. Please refer to the following steps to add the DKIM record on the Windows server. 

If you are referring to create a DKIM record, you should first refer to the below articles.

(1) How to create a DKIM record in Smartermail?

(2) How to create a DKIM record in MailEnable?

Here is an example of a DKIM record:

 Record Name/DKIM Selector

 Record  type

 Fully Qualified Domain name  (FQDN)

 Record Data





If you have created the DKIM record in Smartermail, it should look like as below.

  1. Log in to your windows server. Click on Start >> Windows Administrative Tools. 

  2. Click on DNS.

  3. Inside the forward lookup zone, double click on the domain for which you want to set the DKIM record. 

  4. Right-click on the blank space where all the DNS records are added and click on the Other New Records.

  5. From the drop-down, select Text (TXT) Record and click on the Create Record button. 

  6. At first, Enter the record name. It should be like 8D8xxxxxxxx4BF6._domainKey, so your FQDN becomes Inside Text, enter the text record value. 

  7. Once you add the record, click on the OK button and click on Done at Resource Record Type. 

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