Quick Answer: How Do You Add A DKIM Record In Plesk?


  • Click the Mail tab.
  • Click on the Change Settings tab to access your accounts mail preferences.
  • Ensure that the Use DomainKeys Spam Protection option is ticked.
  • Now go to the Websites and Domains tab and click DNS Settings.
  • Click on the Add Record button.

How do I add a DKIM record?

To add or update a DKIM record:

  1. Go to the My Domains page.
  2. Click the Advanced tab.
  3. Click Edit DNS.
  4. Scroll down to the TXT (Text) section and click Add another.
  5. Enter the DKIM selector to the beginning of your domain name in the Host Name field.
  6. Enter the DKIM signature in the TXT Value field.
  7. Click Save DNS.

How do you add a dmarc record in Plesk?

If the DMARC feature is enabled, but a DMARC record is missing in DNS settings of a domain, add it using the below steps:

  • In Plesk, go to Domains > example.com > DNS Settings.
  • Click Add Record and fill in the fields: Record type: TXT. Domain name: _dmarc. TXT record: v=DMARC1; p=none.

How do I create a DKIM DNS record?

Create a DKIM TXT record

  1. Choose a simple, user-defined text string to be your DKIM selector.
  2. Generate a public-private key pair by using a tool such as ssh-keygen on Linux or PuTTYgen on Windows.
  3. Log in to the Cloud Control Panel.
  4. In the top navigation bar, click Select a Product > Rackspace Cloud.
  5. Select Networking > Cloud DNS.

How do I set up DKIM Plesk?


  • Log into Plesk.
  • Go to the Plesk > Tools & Settings > Mail Server Settings > DKIM spam protection section:
  • Mark the Allow signing outgoing mail or/and Verify incoming mail options and press the OK button: Verify incoming mail (Plesk for Linux) This option switches on DKIM checking for all incoming mail.