DKIM for domains on any NS
DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is an email authentication method based on verifying the authenticity of a digital signature.
For DKIM to work, a special TXT record containing the public key must be added in the domain settings. Previously, this record could only be added automatically, which did not allow enabling DKIM for domains served on third-party NS.
Now you can use DKIM on domains served on any NS. When our NS are used, the TXT record is added completely automatically, as before, if third-party NS are used - when DKIM is turned on, a TXT record is displayed, which you need to add yourself in the domain settings in the current NS owner panel.
Detailed setup instructions are presentedin our wiki.
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