DKIM support added to SES application


Our SMTP service for Amazon SES has been updated to optionally include automatically generated DKIM signatures. This is a feature you can use to make it more likely your emails will reach their destination.

The screenshot shows the configuration page. From the page you can select the headers you want to include as part of the email signature (the body is always included) and select the private/public key that are to be used to sign messages. If you don’t already have a private public key pair to use, the application is able to generate a pair for you.

The page also shows the information you need to add to your domain name server so signature verifiers (the recipient and the mail servers on route to the recipient) are able to verify the signature.

DKIM configuration

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