SPF (Sender Policy Framework) is an email-authentication technique, which allows the domain owner to control who can send messages on behalf of the domain.
DKIM (DomainKeys Identified Mail) is an email-authentication method, which ensures that message's subject, sender address or content has not been tampered with during transit.
Properly set up SPF and DKIM signal the recipient's mail server that the message is authentic and from a legitimate source, which in turn improves domain reputation and can improve deliverability.
Adding SPF record
On the domain nameserver management page.
1) Add new TXT entry, if no SPF entry can be found:
Name: (leave empty)
Value: v=spf1 a mx include:_spf.smaily.com ~all
2) Update the existing one, if already present:
Add "include:_spf.smaily.com" before "~all" or "-all".
Adding DKIM records
To enable DKIM signing, you need to add two CNAME records and one TXT record:
|smaily._domainkey||TXT||*DKIM public key you received from Smaily|
If you have any questions regarding SPF and DKIM records, please contact us at email@example.com