Introduction DKIM (Domain Keys Identified Mail) is a measure against email spoofing, Phishing and SPAM mails. Its easy to implement as you will learn in this article. DKIM signs emails on the outgoing SMTP server, the receiving SMTP can verify the signature by looking up the mail._domainkey TXT DNS record of the respective domain to […]
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