In this video we’ll step through the process I used to enable DKIM and SPF on my cPanel server. UPDATE: Please note this process may require direct server access, and is geared specifically towards cPanel/WHM users.
Excellent tutorial! Thanks so much!
This video was exactly what I was looking for. Extremely well explained. Thanks!
Awesome Video, LifeSaving one, great learning
Instead of "auth-results" now you can use "check-auth"
how do i add a dkim txt record to sbs 2011 ? Thank you
Fuck! Thank-You! Legend!
Is there a way to do it without Shell/SSH access?
I did EVERYTHING the way you showed it, still not working for me. I can get cPanel to verify it (i also could with the one provided from cpanel), but only cPanel thinks its verified. Every mail testing service has returned error on DKIM. I followed every step of the video.. This has really become a frustrating problem for me..
Thank you for your great tutorial video. I did the screenshot and printed the 2 lengthy codes and compared them alphabet by alphabet and the only difference there is between the 2 is the double quotation mark and the space after it(" ) that was extra and needed to be removed.
The issue with people on shared hosting is they have no access to the SSH to run the command you mentioned in your video, therefore they are stuck with the code given to them in cPanel.
This sorted my issue out – Thank you.
When I enter the DKIM code into the DNS record and click save it removes all but v=DKIM1
Doing the work of gods my friend! Thank you a lot.
How to get that Raw public Key Value?
Excellent. This tutorial has helped me very much. Thank you!
It looks to me like the key you got from /var/cpanel/domain_keys/public is exactly the same, just no spaces and no characters at the end. Is that the case?
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