Are you tired of email messages ending up in your spam folder? A cool new tool called MessageBird DKIM Wizard can help. The wizard is a simple, step-by-step guide to help users set up DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) authentication, which could improve email deliverability. By using DKIM, recipients are able to verify that an email was actually sent by a domain and not by spammers. The tool is easy to use and includes helpful tips to make the setup process seamless. So, say goodbye to spam and hello to better email deliverability with MessageBird DKIM Wizard.
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Need help creating your DKIM key? Specifically, the private key file and public key info that you’ll publish in DNS? MessageBird (acquirer of Sparkpost (itself the acquirer of EDataSource), has got a cool little tool for you that’ll do just that. Give it the domain name and selector and it’ll generate everything you need. They support up to 2048-bit keys today, which should be good enough for the moment. (Long term, we need to go larger, but there is a good chance that there is some infrastructure out there somewhere that might choke on keys larger than 2048 bits. That’s a challenge to tackle another day.)Find it here: MessageBird DKIM Wizard.
Cool tool: MessageBird DKIM Wizard was originally published on Spam Resource: All Things Deliverability