Authorize Your Domain

Many e-mail servers do not accept e-mails without SPF and DNS registration of DKIM, and they direct to the spam folder. If you want your e-mails to be sent from your company accounts to Gmail and many corporate addresses without a problem, you need to register the following DNS records with the e-mail address that you define as the sender e-mail address (from) to the hosting company you are linked.

Indeed, you do not need to change your DNS records. It is sufficient to add the following SPF, DKIM / DomainKey and DMARC records to the existing records. By all manner of means, please give this information to your hosting company.

You do not need to inform us once registration is complete. You can check the status of your registration verification from this page. If your verification has not yet completed, you should contact the hosting provider from which you received the server service (hosting)

DKIM/DomainKey record IN TXT

_domainkey.domain.com. IN TXT

t=y; o=~

genel._domainkey.domain.com. IN TXT

k=rsa;p=MIGfMA0GCSqGSIb3DQEBAQUAA4GNADCBiQKBgQCxCCbJgPvj3rM9QCFkKermZI4qe73PK4nIuG6UoF4S6aC/66F7v4Mn+80mLaPa34Zt3W17xxh50rlOghA/T8FidjiVSN46HrRMLjQYvIJ4ojAeMFutH+1uiEUz2Hk85D4JxJPNppvwlMSV//PG5FXFRVvGF3b67rgrseMbPTrCiwIDAQAB

SPF IN TXT

If you already have an SPF record, you will need to add the following information to the spf row without making any changes to the existing record.

include:spf.useinbox.net

_dmarc IN TXT

v=DMARC1; p=none; sp=none; rua=mailto:dmarc@inbm.net; ruf=mailto:dmarc@inbm.net; rf=afrf; pct=100; ri=86400
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