DKIM: update “from name” and “email” using DKIM settings

    You must set up custom DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) authentication for your domains. It will ensure your emails reach your recipients’ inboxes and they will appear as sent through your branded emails and not from AiTrillion emails.

    DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is an email authentication method it allows the receiver to check that an email claimed to have come from a specific domain was indeed authorized by the owner of that domain.

    It is a form of email authentication that allows an organization to claim responsibility for a message in a way that can be validated by the recipient.

    You can set up the DKIM settings in the app by following below steps-

    Step 1.

    Log in to the AiTrillion.

    Step 2.

    Go to Settings > DKIM Setting > Enable and click Go To Settings link beneath it.


    Step 3.

    Fill the form below and submit it.

    IMPORTANT: Enter the email id you want to send an email from. It must contain your shop domain or the domain you have taken from the email provider. It is good to use your business email id for sending emails to the customer.

    Note: If you don’t have a domain associated email address then you can get one from any email hosting provider. Find a list of the most popular email hosting providers below.

    1. GoDaddy
    2. NameCheap

    Step 4. 

    Copy the following DNS Records into your email domain hosting provider.

    Add the following 3 CNAME records to set up your dedicated sending domain:




    Find a tutorial link on how to add the given records of the most popular email hosting providers below.

    1. GoDaddy
    2. NameCheap
    3. RackSpace
    4. Google Domains
    5. Hostgator
    6. Hover
    7. Amazon
    8. DigitalOcean
    9. NetworkSolutions
    10. Squarespace

    NOTE 1: When you search for a tutorial on how to add records keep in mind that you need to look just to the TXT format parts.

    NOTE 2: If your provider gives you a fully-qualified name that ends with your domain name, DO NOT include your domain name in the “Name” field when you add the TXT record. If you’re given, only enter s1._domainkey in the “Name” field.

    Or, forward the details to the person who manages your email domain server. They will understand what to do because adding DNS records is a common and very simple request.


    Step 5.

    Once done please click on validate button to verify.


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